Few days ago, Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju revealed that they were working on breaking ranks with UDA party, which changed its name from PDR party. Tuju give many reasons for the the break off of the agreement, noting UDA party, which is now controlled by Dp Ruto, has broken agreements made earlier with Jubilee.
And now, after Jubilee wrote a letter to Registrar of Political Parties, UDA party has written a letter too.
The letter states that UDA have declared a dispute over Jubilee's move to break the coalition agreement and that the relevant organs of the two parties, will meet and discuss them update the registrar on the results.
The letter came at a time after William Ruto, claimed that UDA party will be an option, if Jubilee Party continues to humiliate Ruto's allies in the party.
It will be waited to be seen if Jubilee will successfully fight off the break off with UDA party, which Tuju says has become competitive to the ruling party, even fielding candidates against Jubilee's.
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