As political year looms, leaders are making sure to use all strategies to ensure they get a seat in parliament. Twenty twenty two is crucial for the country as we also expect to have a new president. Political parties are also keen in selecting those to represent them and winning chances to be higher.
The Jubilee party has made a major announcement which will see deputy president Wiliam Ruto be removed from the party officially. The party will be creating another logo of the party which will see the Deputy president be removed from the picture.
Currently, he is holding hands with president Uhuru Kenyatta. This is however okay as he already formed another party dubbed "UDA" One is not allowed to be a member of two parties. This message has been received negatively by a section of citizens terming it as unfair.
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