Deputy president official running mate Rigathe Gachagua has asked the deputy president to allocate a 50 percentage share in the Kenya kwanza government. This was during the Embu economic forum where the coalition was ongoing with their campaigns.
Speaking to the residents Gachagua asked the electorates to overwhelmingly turn out in large numbers to vote for the UDA presidential aspirant so as to be able to have a proper bargaining power in the power sharing in the event they win the August polls.
The Mathira MP said since ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula applied for a 30 per cent share and are working towards achieving it, the Mt Kenya region should deliver many votes to raise their share.
Besides that wetangula has been promised the senatorial speaker's sit while Mudavadi will take the super cabinet secretary a position that appears the same with what Kalonzo has been offered by Azimio.
These new developments will have an impact with the other principals who already appear to be on the grouped in different settings in terms of fair and editable power steering sharing procedure.
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