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Trouble To Kenya Kwanza As Two Major Parties Plans To Quit Coalition

After two major political parties in the Mount Kenya region sought to depose the coalition's head of state in August, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance is facing another significant split.

This comes after William Ruto reportedly visited the region and announced that instead of campaigning for all Kenya Kwanza leaders, he will focus on those who want to join the United Democratic Alliance led by Ruto.

According to a statement from the Nation, members of the United Democratic Alliance affiliated with the party sponsored by Moses Kuria's Chama Cha Kazi and the Kenya Service Party affiliated with the Honorable Kinyanjui were frustrated after the UDA delegation campaigned and deprived some of the opportunity. speaking at a meeting.

The leaders threatened to dissolve the Kenya Kwanza alliance tomorrow (Tuesday). The move, in the event of a crackdown on william Ruto, will be a major blow from the Mount Kenya region, which appears to be his base.

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