The incumbent Deputy President and Kebya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate Dr William Ruto has invited only UDA party allies for a closed doors meeting at his Karen residence. The DP has invited only his UDA allies for the meeting that is speculated to be focusing on strategizing Mt Kenya region particularly Nyandarua county.
Mixed reactions has however been evident online as supporters argue that DP Ruto has made UDA the only party he is concerned about leaving out all other parties in Kenya Kwanza Alliance KKA. There are reactions that DP Ruto is neglecting other affiliate parties present in the coalition which he is the flag bearer.
Some people argue that the DP is right by making the decision for calling only UDA allies for the meeting since he is the chairman of the party and that UDA is the founder party of his presidential quest. However some reactions blame DP Ruto for abandoning other affiliate parties in Kenya Kwanza Alliance KKA coalition.
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