Kenya's political landscape is at a season of shifting of allegiances and loyalty from one party to another party as General Elections approaches. Political leaders do so to defend their seats, to clinch to new seats while others make their moves while seeking for comebacks after they lost the 2017 elections.
Fomer Kuresoi South Member of Parliament Hon. Zakayo Cheruyot popularly known as ZK on Thursday night ditched Chama Cha Mashinani ( CCM) party and joins United Democratic Alliance party. He was welcomed by Deputy President William Ruto during a night public rally in Keringet, Kuresoi South Constituency. Hon. ZK serves as Permanent Secretary of Interior Security between 1997-2003 under leadership of President Daniel Moi, he was later dismissed by President Kibaki's government.
The incumbent Zk served as Kuresoi South Mp for two terms between 2007- 2013 and 2013 - 2017 under Orange Democratic Movement( ODM) party and United Republic Party (URP) party. In 2017 polls, the Mp vied via Chama Cha Mashinani ( CCM) party which he lost to Jubilee Candidate Joseph Tonui.
Hon. Zk is set to run for Kuresoi South parliamentary seat via UDA party where he will faced current Mp Joseph Tonui and Nominated Mp Gedion Keter in party primaries.
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