Fresh war has kicked off inside the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Party which is championing for Deputy President William Ruto's statehouse bid as the Amani National Congress Party demand that the Mt Kenya region should be denied a Deputy Post.
A day after Mathira Member of Parliament Hon. Rigathi Gachagua announced that the Deputy President post inside the Kenya Kwanza Alliance should be saved for the Mt Kenya region.
Musalia Mudavadi's team inside the formation has informed that they are not in any way going to allow such to happen saying that DP Ruto should exercise a power-sharing deal like it was in the National Super Alliance.
Speaking in reaction to Rigathi Gachagua's demands, Amani National Congress party National Chairman Kelvin Lunani has said that "there is nothing stopping the Kenya Kwanza Alliance to operate like Nasa where a flagbearer and running mate came from two different parties."
Mudavadi's team has said that there is no way they will allow the Presidential candidate to be from the United Democratic Alliance Party together with his Deputy.
"Before we came on board, there was agreement that running mate was to come from Mt Kenya but, as many people join the train, formation changes,” Senator Cleophas Malala has said.
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