Political formations are looming as top leaders looking for a coalitions in help them clinch the top position in the country. There have been rumours that ODM, Jubilee and other parties could be forming a grand coalition coming 2022. It was also rumoured that Wiper leaders were looking to work with Deputy President William Ruto's UDA party. Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka came out to deny this news.
Narok Senator Ledama Olekina has finally come out clearly to say the Coalitions are being formed on personal interests. He said this on Monday morning while on Citizen TV #DayBreak. He said that political formations are not new in the country, marginalized regions and communities should be considered too and be part of the development.
He gave an example with Narok county where most of it areas don't have tarmac roads despite it's highest wheat production while there was a tarmac in Samburu forest. He totally said that those forming those coalitions are after their personal interests and "eating" the country.
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