The President of the Republic of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta having met three coastal Governor early last week and discussed political matters include the formation of the coastal party that has been seen being pushed. The three county Head include Hassan Joho of Mombasa County, Amason Kingi of Kilifi and Salim Mvurya of Kwale County.
According to Dennis Itumbi who is the Hustler Nation Spokesman the unveiling of the coastal party is expected to take place on Saturday this week which will be a major move to finish the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga politically.
Politicians allied to the Deputy President William Ruto say that the Regional Parties are being formed to do away with raila and reduce him to a Luo Nyanza Kingpin. However, the Dp has gone against the idea and said he is going to form a national party that will comprise of every community.
After the coastal party launch, ODM will not have the influence in the area has it had before in the other general elections that have passed being its stronghold.
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