Over time, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto have been busy building his camp "Hustler Nation" ahead of 2022. Ruto together with his hustler nation's allies have managed to build a party called UDA party which has served as their altanative home after the divorce in Jubilee party. All these are his preparations for the 2022 Presidential elections where he will be vying for presidency.
Now, today, the deputy president is reported to have suffered an headache on his UDA party. This came in after a split inside his UDA party in the coastal region was leaked.
As reported by the standard digital, a split among UDA in Taita taveta county have been witnessed. According to this publication, this split is between the UDA gubernatorial candidates on this county. These candidates are governor John Murutu and other candidates on this county. According to the standard digital, these candidates have differed on who should get UDA ticket.
This split will be an headache to Dp Ruto who have been working hard to see that all his allies are in good terms for the benefit of his presidential bid.
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