Makau Mutua claims how the president-elect, Dr William Samoei Ruto, is involving the independent candidates elected in Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance to defect his political party, Kenya Kwanza coalition team.
He suggested this opinion after President-elect William Ruto finally welcomed Mandera Governor-elect Mohamed Khalif and Outgoing Governor Ali Roba.
According to Makau Mutua, Ruto's act of involving such people to Kenya kwanza, actually ail him since he claimed that the strategy used by Ruto is similar to Moi's government which had an aim of attaining majority in Parliament.
Mutua said that Ruto's move is in vain since the political parties have set out the rules that govern them from defection of other political parties.
However, Makau Mutua added that Ruto would have to cease from undertaking the Independent parties.
This greatly reveals that Makau Mutua is defending Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance and Independent parties from being undermined by Kenya kwanza coalition team, as he is urging Ruto to stop wooing leaders elected from those political parties.
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