Azimio-One Kenya, a coalition led by Raila Odinga, has accused President William Ruto of concentrating on the general elections in 2027 rather than assisting Kenyans in finding solutions to a variety of issues.
Kenyans are now wondering about Ruto's intentions for the year 2027 because they know he likes to prepare himself early than any other politician.
Our source claims that President William Ruto devised a plan to bring together 11 political parties inside the Kenya Kwanza region in order to form the Super United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party in advance of the 2027 general elections.
According to Standard Newspaper, President William Ruto has already dissolved one of the Kenya Kwanza parties, the Chama Cha Kazi party of Moses Kuria. Ruto is currently working on plans to create a super UDA party by absorbing other Kenya Kwanza affiliate parties. After Moses Kuria Party already submitted a letter of dissolution to create one potent party, UDA, the strategy has already begun to take shape. This could be a crucial step in keeping the presidency.
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