The Kenyan politics have been much hotter and alarming more so after the chief opposition leader honourable Raila launched anti-Ruto protests.Few days ago,the United Democratic Alliance party secretary general Cleophas Malala said that all the parties in Kenya Kwanza coalition to fold and join Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party.
Many leaders have been sharing their views with many supporting him while others opposing him.Today from the latest report, Ruto's close ally Didmus Barasa has asked the Kenya Kwanza to consult all the allies of Kenya Kwanza and find the best solutions so that conclusion can be made on the matter.
It is now high time the Kenyan people to ensure that they maintain peace and unity throughout the country so as to avoid the incidences of violences that may arise in the country as tension intensifies.The ruling government in that is led by his Excellency William Ruto should calm down the tension in the country before it gets out of hand.
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