Ruto and Musalia are reportedly one step ahead after it was revealed that the fates of the Nairobi and Kakamega gubernatorial seats had already been decided.
According to a report by KTN News, Ruto and Musalia have agreed to meet with an ANC searcher for the Nairobi gubernatorial seat, who will be replaced by a UDA searcher.
For this situation, Bishop Margaret Wanjiru of UDA will be given the position of deputy governor and Sakaja to serve as the Coalition's gubernatorial searcher.
It is been reported that the ANC will also walk down with the gubernatorial seat in Kakamega, implying that Cleophas Malala will be the Coalition's gubernatorial candidate.
ANC will also address a gubernatorial searcher, which will include Vihiga.
The FORD-Kenya party of Wetangula will thereafter oversee campaigners in the provinces of Bungoma and Trans-nzoia.
Both of the three meetings will reach an agreement on the authoritative seats, particularly in Nairobi.
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