Deputy president William Ruto who has publicly announced about his presidential candidature has been dealt with a huge blow after his diehard Mount Kenya supporter reveals why UDA will fail in the coming general election.
Taking to his social media accounts, Hon Moses Kuria who's currently struggling following a previous accident has claimed that presidential race in the coming general election will be between two parties.
In what seems to be directed to Ruto's UDA party, he claims that a party which will emerge a winner is the one respecting smaller parties and the other one will form opposition.
Deputy president had earlier announced that his UDA party is not ready to form coalition with any parties except ANC party led by Hon Musalia Mudavadi. He urged those wishing to support him to fold their parties and join UDA.
This Ruto's stand attracted negative reactions especially from parties including CCK led by Hon Moses Kuria and CCM led by Isaac Ruto.
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