Kenya Kwanza team are expected to convene first inaugural caucus of elected United Democratic Alliance and Kenya Kwanza coalition tomorrow, Wednesday August 17th at deputy President William Ruto official karen residence.
Through a letter signed United Democratic Alliance Secretary General Veronicah Maina, President elect William Ruto together with his deputy Rigathi Gachagua invite category of newly elected leaders to there first meeting.
The meeting scheduled to kick off as from 9.00am will bring about newly elected governors and their deputies, Senator elect, Members of National Assembly and Woman Representative elects.
Adding, in the letter, Veronica Maina said soon the William Ruto and his team will convene regional inaugural caucus meeting for all members of County Assembly elected through political parties within Kenya Kwanza coalition.
This comes barely days after Azimio- One Kenya team led by Martha Karua and Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka met all their newly elected leaders at KICC in preparedness for formation of next government.
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