The deputy president William Ruto has bowed to pressure and accepted to form coalitions with small parties. Initially the deputy president William Ruto had called the small parties as tribal entities and completely refused to work with them ahead of the 2022 general election.
The fact that he has accepted to working with small parties just confirms that he has been cornered. He has himself accepted the reality that without forming coalitions he cannot make it to win the top seat moving into the 2022 general election.
The deputy president William will now work with among other parties CCK party of Moses Kuria, TSP of Mwangi Kiunjuri as well the PDP of Okoth Obado without having them fold up. Therefore as things stand it's clear DP Ruto will work with all small parties as we move into the 2022 general election.
Therefore its a matter of wait and see of the terms of engagement between UDA and other small parties ahead of the 2022 general election. Clearly he has been cornered by pressure from the small parties also a confirmation that he was leaving nothing to chance ahead of the 2022 general election.
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