Ruto and Musalia Mudavadi's new alliance continues to rock headlines a week after the two joined forces.
Ruto and Musalia seems to be one step ahead after it has emerged that the fate for Nairobi and Kakamega gubernatorial seats has already been decided.
In this case, current Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja will be the Coalition's Gubernatorial candidate and will be deputized by Bishop Margaret Wanjiru of UDA.
In Kakamega, it has emerged that ANC will also walk away with the gubernatorial seat meaning Cleophas Malala will be the Coalition's Gubernatorial candidate.
ANC will also field a gubernatorial candidate include Vihiga.
Wetangula's FORD-Kenya party will on the other hand field candidates in Bungoma and Trans-nzoia counties.
For the parliamentary seats, both of the three parties will reach an agreement especially in Nairobi.
Click here to watch the full report on how UDA, ANC and FORD Kenya plans to split power and various seats across the country.
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