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Storm In Ruto's Hustlers Nation After Affiliate Parties Now Accuse Him Of Sidelining Them

A storm is brewing in President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza coalition, with affiliate parties accusing the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) of sidelining and bullying them.

Leaders of some of the parties which inked pre-election deals with founding members of the coalition UDA, Amani National Congress (ANC) and Ford Kenya who spoke to the Sunday Nation yesterday complained that President Ruto is only focused on dishing out the “Hustler cake” to Johny-come-latelies without consulting the coalition caucus as agreed during the campaigns.

Well these leaders now say that after the elections were over they have not had consultative meeting with the kenya kwanza leaders.

According to them, yes they could not have performed as expected during the August 9th polls but they played a big role in making sure that the president William Ruto clinched the country's top seat.

Speaking to the media a leader from DP which is led by Justin Muturi said that Ruto was favoring all his close allies from UDA leaving others out in the cold.

Earlier on, The current deputy president Rigathi Gachagua had openly said that Kenya kwanza was first going to award people who fought tooth and nail to make the current government.

This worrying development may be the first deal breaker in the current political Coalitions even before the 2027 General Elections.

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