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Arap Kirwa Regrets Dumping UDA, Alleges What He Is Currently Undergoing While In Azimio

Former UDA vice chairman Kipruto Arap Kirwa has opened up on what he is currently undergoing after making a blunder in the last minute by dumping Kenya Kwanza for Azimio Coalition.

According to the report, Kirwa who dumped UDA party barely a month to August general elections after hoping that Raila's side was to form the government is currently in his lowest moment as he regrets making that costly blunder.

"When I decamped from Kenya Kwanza, I was not decamping to join the opposition. I was hoping Azimio would make it to government, so it was the lowest moment for me," Arap Kirwa said.

Kirwa who was holding a lucrative position in UDA party ditched the Kenya Kwanza coalition as he was hoping to land a top government position in Azimio, however he is currently in his lowest moments because he is just a mere member in Azimio having lost precious opportunities he was still in Ruto's side.

He has taken long to accept the painful reality that Raila Odinga whom he was rooting for lost the August general elections, he is now training his heart to accept President Ruto as the head of state.

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