As the race to general elections continues to gain momentum day by day, bitter betrayals and political realignments for survival chances remain to be the main game ahead of the big decision day.
This is with regards to the latest news now hitting the political headlines. The news about the power share plan among the three political party heads in Hustler Nation as brought out by the Saturday Standard Newspaper paper.
According to the power plan, a common agreement has been made that ANC will pick governor candidates for Nairobi and Kakamega County which have for a long time been eyed for by Bishop Wanjiru and Boni Khalwale.
Instead, the ANC candidate Sakaja Johnson will now get the endorsement of the entire Hustler Nation team including that of DP Ruto, something which will appear as a betrayal to Bishop Wanjiru.
The same is likely to happen to Boni Khalwale who is going to be dropped for Kakamega County Senator Cleophas Malala or they get to work together only as Malala's deputy.
Below is the entire power plan deal as indicated in the Saturday Standard Newspaper;
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