Hon David Murathe (Courtesy)
Deputy President Dr William Ruto (Courtesy)
According to David Murathe, UDA, a party allied to Deputy President Dr Ruto will lose the upcoming by-elections in Kabuchai constituency.
The embattled vice chair did not end his prediction there but rather went ahead to state that William Ruto will lose come 2022.
“Ruto led UDA will loose the Kabuchai by election the way he will come 2022.” Hon David Murathe.
Murathe did not however give the reason why UDA candidates will lose but it may be assumed it is due to political rivalry between them.
Mr Murathe is a strong supporter of President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Handshake team. He has been involved in chasing out Jubilee legislatures allied to Ruto.
The by-elections are expected to be held tomorrow and most Kenyans are waiting to see what is likely to come out considering that Western region is a stronghold of Mudavadi.
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