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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Things have continued to worsen in the Kenya Kwanza alliance, which has been having internal issues ahead of the approaching August elections.
The alliance has been having internal fights, with some parties accusing UDA, the main party, of trying to dominate the other outfits it's working with.
The aggrieved parties have specifically taken issue with UDA not allowing them to campaign for their candidates in Kenya Kwanza and DP William Ruto's Presidential rallies, and the decision to call for six piece voting in favour of UDA candidates.
The main complainants have been the TSP, CCK, Farmers' Party and Wakenya Tujibebe, which are led by Mwangi Kiunjuri, Moses Kuria, Irungu Nyakera and William Kabogo in that order.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. But this has now reached the Amani National Congress (ANC) party, whose Woman Rep candidate for Nakuru Eunice Lelei has revealed how she was blocked from speaking during yesterday's rally led by Ruto's running mate Rigathi Gachagua.
“All along, this was not a Kenya Kwanza meeting and as aspirants of affiliate parties we feel left out,” she told The Standard after the Nakuru rallies.
The above mentioned party leaders have been blaming the same Gachagua for their isolation in Kenya Kwanza rallies, even though Kuria seems to have had a change of heart and rejoined Ruto.
Another ANC candidate, Maryanne Nyaruai who is eyeing the Bahati ward representative seat, also confirmed what Lelei alleged.
“We were not accorded a chance to speak,” she told the paper. Her party is led by ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, a principal in the alliance and the Chief Cabinet Secretary appointee should Ruto win.