OKA Principals are mad with allegations that the coalition has split. They came out to clear the air on the same issue affirming that the coalition is still intact and solid. They warned DP William Ruto against deceiving Kenyans that the coalition is splitting.DP William Ruto and the OKA Principals have been on loggerhead with each side attacking the other. Oka principals feels that DP William Ruto is corrupt and that he is unfit to hold office, however DP Ruto feels that he has a good track record unlike the OKA principals. He also revealed that the principals have been in government in various capacities but have nothing to show to Kenyans.
Ruto sentiments comes amid developing news that a famous Mt Kenya Governor has ditched UDA in favour Raila Odinga camp. Tharaka Nithi County Governor Hon Muthomi Njuki has been reportedly declared his support to Raila Odinga. Over the past the Governor had remained silent but it's seems that he been thinking of the right decision to make and he has finally made it.
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