Countable weeks after a report surfaced online that President William Ruto is seeking to woo all parties within the Kenya Kwanza Alliance camp to dissolve and join his United Democratic Alliance (UDA), yesterday the Acting ANC Party leader Issa Timamy maintained that the party will 'remain forever.'
According to reports that were even confirmed by the UDA national chairman Johnson Muthama, Ruto is keen to have one big inclusive party, saying that it is the only better way to deal with tribalism in the country.
Speaking with NTV on Thursday evening November 24th, Timamy said that the ANC Party is working round to clock to revamp itself aiming to win more seats than it did during the August 9th 2022 polls.
"As the ANC party, we are going to come up with a strategic plan on how to do better in 2027. ANC is a partner with UDA in Kenya Kwanza. We are not prepared to wide up our party no matter what happens, ANC is there to stay."
"We are in competitive politics, and I am going to provide leadership that will ensure we will not repeat the same mistakes we did in 2022, and have a vibrant party by 2027, since we are aiming at revamping the party from the grassroot," said Timamy who is the current Lamu Governor.
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