The Kenya Kwanza team has been trying to catch up with Azimio's popularity after Raila Odinga’s camp consolidated many of the United Democratic Alliance Party strongholds. Ruto has been trailing Raila and this has given him tough time to manage the pace. The Kenya Kwanza leaders have had huge task in selling Ruto's agenda in certain regions that are believed to be strongholds of the Azimio flagbear. Despite the efforts they are making some Kenyans have given cold reception to UDA allies.
Recently Ruto received another blow after United Democratic Alliance Party offices were repainted with Jubilee Party colours. This sad incident happened in Njoro in Nakuru which is also alleged to be a stronghold of the UDA party. Many Kenyans reacted after the reports emerged. The Kenyans.co.ke media made the reports. Some who showed bitterness said that the Mountain is slippery. Others asked who had done this thing. Others said that the colours do not add value to them as they are suffering as Kenyans.
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