The country is preparing for next year's general election.Political pace has been set by Raila Odinga and William Ruto who are seen as the front runners in the presidential race.The two have managed huge support from other political leaders and the electorates.
As a way of remaining politically relevant,the leaders are in a rush to form political parties which some are branded as briefcase parties.The leaders who range from MPs to Governors are rushing to register their parties.Some like Moses Kuria's party have started gaining momentum.Unfortunately,these parties are majorly formed after differences with their original parties that took them to the seats that they are currently occupying.
A few months ago,Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi ditched ODM party.This saw the party get restructured a fresh with his replacement being done.However,the Governor is not yet a happy man.New reports have emerged that his PAA party is among the 19 parties that risk being barred from issuing tickets to political aspirants in the next general election.His party is not yet registered as a political party despite the time running out.In case he doesn't make it through what next having ditched ODM?
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