DP William Ruto has yet again suffered a major blow after two of his biggest allies quit Kenya Kwanza just few days to the General election.
Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria and former Kiambu governor William Kabogo are no longer part of Kenya Kwanza.
According to the DUO, UDA party members in Mount Kenya have been mobilizing people, paying them to heckle non UDA members who are in Kenya Kwanza.
In a statement to members of the press, Kuria and Kabogo said they can no longer stay where they are being treated as under dogs despite being leaders of political parties.
“…Tujibebe Wakenya and Chama Cha Kazi Parties have decided to pull out of the UDA caravans as they are clearly setup to embarrass other parties and demonize the Kenya Kwanza as a coalition,” Kuria and Kabogo statement read in part. More