The 1999-founded United Democratic Movement, led by Philip Murgor, has formally left the Azimio La Umoja coalition and joined the Kenya Kwanza side, which is led by the incoming president, Dr. William Ruto.
This occurs shortly after the two coalitions' chosen governors, senators, representatives for women, and members of parliament met for a day. Doctor William Ruto has expressed gratitude to the UDM leadership for their decision to support him instead of the Azimio La Umoja Coalition via his Twitter account.The Azimio La Umoja side has actually been negatively impacted by this UDM party decision. Azimio La Umoja won more seats in parliament in the most recent election than their rivals on the Kenya Kwanza side. This will have a significant impact on how many times they vote in parliament to pass laws.
The candidate for president, Doctor William Ruto, has really shown that he is more strategic in this regard; he is working to make changes so that, once he is sworn in, he will find it simple to run the government successfully and without too many challenges.
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