No more secrets, as Hon. Arap Kirwa, a former vice-chairman of the United Democratic Alliance party, revealed what transpired in Ruto's camp to cause him to defect to Raila's Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition party. The former UDA official has taken the time to discuss everything that caused him to defect to Raila's political team from the currently dominant party.
Finally disclosing the dark mysteries taking on in the party was the former Cabinet Secretary (CS) of Agriculture. Kirwa acknowledged that there was a lot of internal toxicity at UDA, which led to his resignation as vice-chairman. The flamboyant politician from the Rift Valley claimed he was forced to join Raila Odinga's political coalition in order to support him in his bid for the presidency.
"I left United Democratic Alliance Party (UDA) because there was alot of toxicity within the inner circle, so i joined my colleagues in Azimio la Umoja One kenya Coalition," Kirwa said.
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