The deputy president William Ruto is determined to succeed his boss come 2022. He has formed his party after what he claims as betrayal from Jubilee Party. He is expected to face off the former prime minister who has been vieying for many years without clinching the seat. Indeed, he has all it takes if he is going to convince Kenyans to vote for his agenda. However, his rivals especially from Mt Kenya have been saying that joining UDA will bring back slavery in politics as they saw in Jubilee. They have formed a nber of parties including Chama Cha Kazi(CCK) and Tujibebe Wakenya Party which is threatening his grin come 2022.
Yesterday, the former prime minister told off his rivals that they should shun tribal parties and join national parties that brings in diversity and national integration. However, he received backlash from Kenyans. "UDA is a tribal party which is competing with KANU which is a kalenjin party." Onyango Moses said.
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