Leaders led by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria and The Service Party leader Mwangi Kiunjuri,had told the Deputy President William Ruto that they will not fold their parties to form UDA as DP Ruto was suggesting.
They claimed that folding their fringe parties like Chama Cha Kazi and The Service Party to form UDA,might return back the country back to old ages,thus democracy being breached.They also added that the parties during these times,are prone to break ups and betrayals just like Jubilee party.
And now Deputy President William Ruto has finally made a decision on calls to form coalitions with other parties.
The DP said that he will not be ready for such coalition talkse with any leaders and that those who opposes his presidency, should prepare for a tough battle.
"There are those who want to return us to tribal parties, where each tribe or group of people has their own party. We want a national party that speaks the language of hustlers," DP Ruto said.
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