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Trouble Looming for President Ruto As Mudavadi Fires At His Party on The Bungoma By-Election

The Kenya Kwanza Alliance, led by President William Samoei Ruto, appears to be swimming in a deep sea of instability despite its recent entry into the administration. To fulfill its electoral promises to the people of the Republic of Kenya, the ruling party is fighting to maintain its unity.

In terms of the group's cohesion and trust, the alliance appears to be facing its first major test. The Bungoma Senatorial By-Election has started a new chapter in the formation and runs the risk of dividing the top Principals and political parties.

Ford Kenya and important figures from Western Kenya have since perceived malice in the election after the UDA party and both parties put up their separate candidates.

Moses Masika Wetangula, the speaker of the National Assembly, and Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi, the secretary to the prime minister's office, have reacted angrily to attempts by the UDA party, led by Uhuru Kenyatta, to entrap them in the Mulembe Nation.

Wafula Wakoli and Mudavadi, who were urging support for the Ford Kenya candidate, charged the UDA leadership with breaking prior agreements to shelve the Ford Kenya seat.

Mudavadi named the areas where the ANC party and Ford Kenya purposefully forewent fielding candidates in favor of the UDA party as being Garissa Town constituency, Kandara, and Elgeyo-Marakwet.

He questioned why the wheelbarrow party would go above and beyond to engage in an intra-house debate with Ford Kenya regarding the Bungoma Senatorial seat.

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