As political temperatures gain momentum in the country, Kenyans are prepared for many twists and turns to come by. Political betrayals are nothing new to Kenyan politics especially when general elections are around the corner. Kenya is preparing itself for the fourth coming general elections to be held next year. Political alignments and realignments are taking centre stage as politicians decide on which vehicles will take them in office come next year. Orange Democratic Movement party led by Raila Amolo Odinga and Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto's United Democratic Alliance are currently the two main political parties in country.
Today, Senator Ochilo Ayacko who is affiliated to the Orange Democratic Movement party boldly admitted that Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto's United Democratic Alliance is good at fighting or sabotaging the war against corruption.
"Ochilo Ayacko: Unlike ODM, UDA is good at sabotaging the war against corruption." Tweeted by NTV Kenya
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