This is as a number of Mt Kenya region leaders openly come out to voice their frustrations within the alliance that is perceived to be the one to beat in the vote rich Mt Kenya region.
A number of leaders allied to Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria who is the CCK party leader and Mwangi Kiunjuri of TSP have complained against what they termed as being sidestepped in Kenya Kwanza's campaigns in Mt Kenya.
As The Nation reports, the leaders have convened an urgent crisis meeting with the likelihood being that they may move out of the mega alliance.
"We have received concerns from our party aspirants from all over Mt Kenya region which has necessitated the convening of a crisis meeting to discuss the way forward, we have no business remaining in a coalition where we are not wanted," a senior TSP official disclosed.
The complains come even as Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria himself faces accusations of sidelining his party candidate for Nyandarua county governor seat to support the UDA candidate despite the former paying all the requisite nomination fees.
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