The Former Statehouse Controller Dennis Itumbi through the Hustlers Intelligence Bureau has Allegedly delivered some good news to the United Democratic Alliances which is led by the Deputy President William Ruto.
Itumbi Claimed that the Hustler Intelligence Bureau has received information that the members of The Service Party led by Former Cabinet Secretary for Devolution Mwangi Kiunjuri has Allegedly Decamped to the United Democratic Alliances, leaving the party leader in the Cold.
Mwangi Kiunjuri is one of the Mt. Kenya Leaders who held a closed door Meeting together with other leaders including the Gatundu South member of parliament hon Moses Kuria and Former Kiambu Governor William Kangogo. The meeting was Allegedly intended to deliberate on the way forward for the region Ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Kiunjuri has been reluctant to join the United Democratic Alliances led by the Deputy President William Ruto with contentious issues being how to form the Coalition partnership. Ruto had Allegedly called on these leaders to fold their parties and make one National coalition. But Kiunjuri and Kuria had insisted that they won't fold their parties.
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