As different political parties try to join hands in order to come up with a strong force ahead of the 2022 general elections, Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) have said they do not need any coalition.
For this reason, the deputy president has been advising anyone with a political party who would want to work with him ahead of 2022 to ensure they do away with their parties and join UDA.
Speaking during an interview with the KTN News on Wednesday 1st December, former national assembly majority leader who is one of the top allies of Ruto, Aden Duale explained why they are not interested in forming a coalition.
According to Duale, their main aim as the United Democratic Alliance party is to create a party with a national outlook that will unite Kenyans as opposed to the regional parties.
Duale further said that they have learned a lot from the failed Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) and that is why they want to go into election as a single independent party.
"Due to failed Memorandum of Understandings, that is why we in the UDA do not want to go into coalitions," he said.
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