The departure of former Kiambu county Governor and other leaders from former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in favor of President William Ruto brings significant benefits to the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Because some leaders back the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and others back the Azimio la Umoja Coalition, the Mount Kenya region may be divided.
According to reports, a delegation of leaders from Kiambu county, led by the former governor James Nyoro, reverses course and rallies support for the current administration. August's fierce rivals for Dr. William Ruto have stated that they want to serve in the government for the benefit of their region.
James Nyoro, on the other hand, stated that they are aware that the time has come to develop and transform this nation, particularly in terms of its economic potential, for the benefit of all citizens.
In addition, they acknowledge President Ruto's and Rigathi Gachagua's victory in the August election. Nyoro continued, "We are pledging our loyalty and support for President William Ruto."
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