The Deputy President of Kenya Mr. William Samoei Ruto has continued to build a strong team ahead of the 2022 general elections with leaders from different political factions joining his Tangatanga team ahead of the polls.
The Last few years have not been the best for Deputy President William Ruto and his group. Several of his close allies were removed from leadership positions in the parliament.
Earlier today Gatundu member of Parliament Mr. Moses Kuria made new demands to Gathoni Wamuchomba who joined Ruto's side a few days ago.
According to Kuria, Wamuchomba benefited from his unfair removal as the Vice Chairman of the Transport and Roads Committee. According to Kuria, it's wrong for Gathoni to hold a position that was meant for his teammate.
The latest incident will no doubt raise further questions on whether the Tangatanga Political faction will survive the storm.
A few days ago Leaders Susan Kihika and Kimani Ngunjiri clashed over something with both leaders eying the Nakuru governor seat.
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