Another Moment that could undoubtedly cause political tremors in the days to come is currently developing.
Following a flurry of confirmed reports, it appears that UDA leaders from Nakuru County, led by Hon. Kimani Ngunjiri, a Bahati Member of Parliament, are about to defect from the party, putting Deputy President William Ruto in jeopardy. One of many who have accused Susana Kihika and the entire Tangatanga brigade of isolating the Agikuyu leaders in their presidential campaigns is David Gikaria.
The Governor reportedly told the Standard and Kenyans on social media that the leaders of Mount Kenya should be prepared for another surprise in the upcoming days, which confirmed this, according to Standard Media Group reports. The negotiations to convince the latter to join the Azimio side appear to be being led by Hon. Lee Kinyajui, the governor of Nakuru County.
"In the next few weeks, Governor Kinyanjui told his social media followers to expect a big surprise which has further fueled the fear of fallout in UDA in the Rift Valley." According to The Standard Media Group.
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