Newspaper: The Silent Fight In Ruto’s Party


The Standard newspaper headline today talks about the president William Ruto and his party United Democratic Alliance party. According to the newspaper, there are silent fights in the ruling party following the decision to dissolve other parties which belongs to the National speaker of assembly Hon Moses Wetangula and he prime cabinet secretary Hon Musalia Mudavadi. Download IYEF Social app on Google playstore and get more updates.

According to the newspaper, the president William Ruto who is the party leader of the United Democratic Alliance party has proposed that the speaker of the Nation assembly and the prime cabinet secretary Hon Musalia Mudavadi should dissolve their parties and join the UDA. He further continued to propose that the UDA will have three deputy party leaders.

This has let to the silent fights among top leaders including the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua, Moses Wetangula and the prime cabinet secretary Hon Musalia Mudavadi. Despite that, Moses Wetangula is in a bad stand as he should select one position or lose his speaker seat. What is your thoughts on UDA silent fight?


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