Trouble in UDA as key ally from Mt.Kenya region issues warning to president William Ruto!

Trouble seem to be shooting out in United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party of members as a section of members cities underhand mechanism against them.

A major key ally from Mount Kenya region now claims that there could be a plan to have Mount Kenya sidelined in political outfit.

Nyeri governor Mutahi Kahiga, argued that the recent election of EALA MPs in both houses of parliament, the county boss suggested the Mt Kenya faction of the larger UDA party was being frustrated to the advantage of the rivaling wing in the party.

This, the Nyeri lawmaker suggested, could have a bearing on the oncoming general election.

Speaking on Friday, November 18th, during the swearing-in of the Nyeri CECs, Kahiga pointed out that the faction would continue rallying behind their fellows whom they share the same regional extarction.

If need be, he went on to indirectly say that Mt. Kenya would stage a walk out  and cut the ties with their partners in the President William Ruto-led party, using a failed marriage analogy to pass his message.

“I have to comment on national politics. We keenly followed what was happening in parliament during the election of EALA MPs. We saw how things went down and we would like to say that we can partner, and if we are not needed, we can as well bow out. 

“We are not married by anyone who might think they have the right to downplay us. We saw that there are people trying to shortchange us.

“We vowed to work together but some people are against that. That is why we elected Kanini Kega, and we will continue electing our own,” the governor said. 

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