The race to next year's presidential election is hightening with the political bigwigs leaving nothing to chance.Raila Odinga and William Ruto are seen as the major presidential contenders besides the OKA principals and the other aspirants from the smaller parties.
Jubilee party has seriously suffered after losing majority of the lawmakers to DP Ruto.DP has got massive followings from the one time vibrant ruling party.However,the party is in the process of getting revived with speculations rife that the coming NDC may see a change in its name and slogan.President Kenyatta has been left to work with the remaining leader in the ruling party.
As plans are underway to rejuvenate the party,it is another looming shocker for Jubilee.This time,four governors from the mountain region are planning to ditch the party and concentrate on the smaller parties.Governors,Mureithi,Kinyanjui,Nyoro and Kimemia have signaled exit from Jubilee and instead announce PNU and UPF talks ahead of the coming elections.What next for the ruling party?
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