A move by Deputy President William Ruto to implore Kabuchai MP Majimbo Kalasinga to join the UDA party has come to haunt him.
This comes after a host of UDA party supporters from Bungoma County threatened to quit the party citing frustrations.
In a press conference held on Friday, October 1, the group of UDA supporters, who appeared to be in support of Kalasinga's fierce competitor Mr KaikaI questioned the move by the DP to welcome Majimbo, who was elected on Ford Kenya party ticket, to UDA.
The Group of UDA supporters at the same time said they will migrate to ODM leader Raila Odinga's camp in the event the DP does not come out clear on the matter.
They maintained that Kaikai is the preferred 2022 UDA party candidate adding that the entry of Majimbo to UDA will not end well.
"Usifikirie tulikosana na Raila, Hatujakosana na Mudavadi, Hatujakosana na Wetangula. Sisi tumeona tutembee na wewe kwa sababu wewe ni hustler. Kama Hautasikia kilo chetu we will end our business with you," the group member said in the press conference.
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