When Deputy President William Ruto loses, the likes of Kipchumba Murkomen, Oscar Sudi, Rigathi Gachagua and others will have lost. That is because they have always been there for him and thus, they are regarded as his close allies.
While that is the case, the UDA party primaries caused jitters in DP William Ruto's camp because some of Ruto's close allies like Caleb Kositany, Cate Waruguru, Isaac Mwaura, Peris Tobiko, Wilson Sossion, Christopher Langat and others were defeated and thus, raising questions if they will sit back and support the UDA party or they will cross over and ran as independent candidates.
Today, trouble rocked DP Ruto after his two top allies known as Wilson Sossion and Christopher Langat crossed the line and vowed to fight against UDA senatorial candidate in Bomet county in the August general election.
The two claimed that the part primary in Bomet was not done in a transparent way and for that reason, they will unite and produce one candidate who will vie as an independent candidate against UDA party candidate Hillary Sigei.
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