William Ruto has been eager to gain additional allies since being named the next president just a few days ago. It is clear that Ruto intends to assemble a potent team in the legislature that will aid him in passing legislation sponsored by the government. Ruto's action is now thought to have the effect of weakening Azimio and preventing it from carrying out its oppositional work.
Attorney Donald Kipkorir currently claims that Kenya Kwanza will likely win all of Azimio's members if President Kenyatta does not intervene to support Azimio. Kipkorir claims that Ruto and his group intend to eliminate resistance by acquiring all of the minor parties and gaining their support. 10 independent MPs joined his group shortly after.
Image: CourtesyThe UDA leadership is eager to alter the political landscape by bringing all independent MPs and Azimio fringe parties due to the possibility that the Supreme Court would annul the presidential election results. Raila must take action or else. It's time for Uhuru to step up, according to Kipkorir.
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