Political tension has gradually continued build up in the country. This happens as politicians continue adopting new political stands. It is so unfortunate that this has come with a lot of betrayal to some political parties. Unfortunately, DP Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party has been betrayed several times. This comes after recent updates where it has been revealed that Thika Town Member of Parliament has quit DP Ruto's UDA.
Citing reasons as to why he decided to quit DP Ruto's UDA party, MP Patrick Wainaina said that DP ruto made certain financial pledges to them but unfortunately he could not manage to fulfill them all. His exit from DP Ruto's party comes after just a few days since he joined.
He was always spotted with DP Ruto in most of his campaigns. It is unfortunate that he just left quietly over claims that DP Ruto could not fulfill his promises as pledged. This comes just a few days since he said that he fears nobody in politics and can make any political moves according to how the people who will watch him demand.
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