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Huge Political Blunder President William Ruto is Making That Might Cost Him, Intellectual Alleges

Since then, President William Ruto has chosen his cabinet. The majority of persons mentioned are politicians, along with some elected officials and many party leaders. According to reports, incoming CSs who belong to political parties may be required to dissolve their organizations. The appointing of party leaders to Cabinet positions, who are thereafter prohibited by law from holding office in political parties, may be the cause of the dissolutions.

It is becoming clear that keeping party leaders around would be unworkable because the majority of parties are weak entities that can hardly function without them. Along with Moses Kuria's Chama Cha Kazi (CCK), Musalia Mudavadi's Amani National Congress (ANC) and Alfred Mutua's Maendeleo Chap Chap have also had leaders nominated for the Cabinet (MCC).

"The president may try to have parties dissolve, but that would not be wise," university lecturer Macharia Munene says.

"Party leaders survive by being in parties. The tactic has been tried before and failed. As a political student of the late former President Daniel Moi and Raila, Ruto understands the need to have regional point persons in one's circle." Macharia Munene added.

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