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Ruto Woken Up To A Morning Shocker As Mudavadi Fires At His Party On The Bungoma By Election

Despite being recently elected to office, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, led by President William Samoei Ruto, appears to be bogged down in a sea of unpredictability.

In order to fulfill its electoral commitments to the Republic of Kenyan people, the ruling party is struggling to maintain its cohesion.

Concerning trust and group cohesion, the partnership appears to be facing its first sizable test.

The Bungoma Senatorial By-Election began a new chapter in the procedure and has the potential to rift the political parties and ruling class.

Ford Kenya and notable individuals from Western Kenya believe that the election is biased because the UDA party and both parties put forth their own candidates.

Moses Masika Wetangula, speaker of the National Assembly, and Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi, secretary of the prime minister's office, have reacted vehemently to attempts by the UDA party, led by Uhuru Kenyatta, to capture them in the Mulembe Nation.

Wafula Wakoli and Mudavadi, who were pleading for support for the Ford Kenya candidate, accused the UDA leadership of going back on prior agreements to reject the Ford Kenya candidate.

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