Photo courtesy of Moses Kuria and the second in command William Ruto.
One way in which political juggernauts tend to win more votes from Kenyans is by forming coalitions that will help them to gather more votes. After Mudavadi and his counterpart Moses Wetangula dumped One Kenya Alliance coalition to merge with United Democratic Alliance party, the coalition of Kenya Kwanza Alliance was formed. The coalition was later joined by Chama Cha Kazi leader Moses Kuria.
According to Moses Kuria, today is the day that the train is set to leave the station. The Kenya Kwanza Alliance parties are set to sign the coalition agreement and deposit it to the Registrar of political parties. According to Kuria, the bottom up, Pesa Mfukoni and Kazi na Pesa government will be unveiled today ahead of the August general polls.
Kuria also shows her high expectations of Ruto becoming the next president of Kenya ahead of August polls. Will Ruto become the 5th president of Kenya?
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