Trouble In Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza, Details Emerge On Moses Kuria, William Kabogo’s Political Moves

The Kenya Kwanza alliance that is led by deputy president William Ruto is seemingly still not at peace several weeks after the various constituent political parties came together and signed a coalition deal.

The alliance that has the United democratic alliance (UDA) party, ANC party of Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya party of Moses Wetang’ula also has other partners that include Tujibebe Wakenya party of William Kabogo and Chama Cha Kazi party of Moses Kuria.

However, it appears all is not well in the jumbo alliance as details emerged on what Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria and former Kiambu county governor William Kabogo decided to do yesterday.

The Nation reports that the two leaders were scheduled to attend a series of political rallies in Nyandarua county yesterday that had been highly popularized by the alliance in several social media posters.

However, both Mr Kuria and Mr Kabogo were no shows during the event with reports indicating that the duo avoided the series of rallies due to simmering political rivalry in the alliance. Gachagua and other UDA leaders drummed up support for UDA, asking voters to elect only UDA candidates from the presidency to the MCA seat.

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