United Democratic Alliance, UDA party is one of the most famous and powerful political parties in the republic of Kenya. This is the current ruling party in the country and it is under the leadership of president William Samoe Ruto and his deputy hon Rigathi Gachagua. Now, today in the evening, reports have emerged that there is a storm in Ruto's circle after some of the UDA allies protested over EALA nominations.
According to the Star News, some UDA legislators have protested over a criteria which was used to pick the EALA nominees. According to some of the UDA bigwigs, the criteria which was used was meant to favour some people within Kenya Kwanza.
"The Star has established that rebellion is brewing in the ruling party with some regions citing betrayal in the EALA selection process ahead of a meeting with Ruto on Wednesday. President Ruto is said to have entrusted the responsibility to craft the cohorts to the Parliamentary leadership led by majority leaders Kimani Ichung'wa and Aaron Cheruiyot." Said the reports.
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