Pundits are of an opinion that the self-declared chief hustler William Ruto is presently concentrating his energies to lay firm foundation for his re-election.
In what looks like nascent preparations ahead of 2027 poll, United Democratic Alliance party recently appointed former Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala as it's secretary-general. The aforenamed has since embarked on a mission to transform UDA to a behemoth political party of the century.Speaking earlier today, Malala promised to do whatever it takes to see to it Kisumu county and it's sister counties are painted yellow ahead of the next general election.
The former law maker further disclosed that over four thousand new members have hitherto joined UDA party. Assuming he will keep his fire burning, Raila-led party risks dissipating from political limelight owing to the fact that Kisumu is one of it's key turfs.Orange Democratic Movement party has in the recent days faced testing times with president Ruto making successful raids that has since seen over eight ODM MPs joining arms with Kenya Kwanza. The party has further sustained more injuries following a ruling that nullified the elections of two Orange party Members of Parliament over claims of poll malpractices.
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