Following the preparedness for 2022 election, fresh details has emerged hitting DP William Ruto's linked political party United Democratic Alliance (UDA). Ruto and his allies went out of jubilee party over the allegations of lack of integrity and corruption sorrounding the party.
The move emerges following the unification of Former Prime Minister and chief opposition leader Raila Odinga with President Uhuru Kenyatta in form of handshake. Since the move DP Ruto's relationship with President Uhuru Kenyatta has been deplorable over the accusation of corruption scandles and being disrespectful to his boss the president.
As Daily Nation reports, DP William Ruto is emerging as the new Raila Odinga in his time in opposition. This comes after reports affirms that in two weeks time, DP Ruto's UDA party has written protest letter to Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) claiming fairness and integrity in forthcoming election.
The party has also penned down another protest letter to the president of judiciary Chief Justice Martha Koome. The two letter tends to evoke the the memories of Nassa letter of 2017.
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