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Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Details about new parties registered linked to Ruto after discord in jubilee

All is not well in jubilee and the mood around the country can tell it all.
Moses Kuria has admitted that there are people working around the jubilee government to make sure that William Ruto is not a presidential candidate come 2022.

Murkomen has also admitted the same and said that those working hard to ensure deputy president fails will also fail as well.

Jubilee mps allied to deputy president William Ruto have moved first and registered two new parties ahead of 2022 Elections.

On Tuesday, the Registrar of Political parties Lucy Ndung’u told the Nation that United Green Party (UGP) and Grand Dream Development Party (GDDP) were recently issued with certificates of registration, parties we gathered are associated with politicians from the Rift Valley.
“We have issued provisional registration certificate to the two parties but I cannot give you the details of the interim officials because I am not in office,” Ms Ndung’u was quoted by daily nation.

The MPs linked to the party include Cornelly Serem, Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei, Oscar Sudi and Caleb Kositany among others.

The recent developments show that the recent discord in jubilee government might worsen and even a bitter breakup up between deputy president Ruto and Uhuru Kenyatta is expected soon.

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