Kenya politics seems to be in crucial time of realignment with coalitions beginning to form.Most party leaders have started meeting they fellow counter parts to speak of how they will do the power sharing. MPs have also started joining different movement which seems to benefit them.
One Kenya Coalition seems to be gaining power with it having meeting ton strategies daily. The coalition which is between KANU, And wiper and ford seems to be gaining massive influence after winning 3 by elections. The party leaders have speaked of how they are most viable to win General elections asking Kenya to support them.
The mp won 2017 elections using jubilee party and after the handshake he joined Tangatanga wing where he has been supporting them. The vocal mp joined Anc on Wednesday evening that according to And official page.
Ruto's side seems to be loosing support in western with this being the second mp to decamp from him.The first was Baraza who said he had taken a sabbatical break from national politics.
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