Deputy president William Ruto is currently in a tight corner as the United democratic alliance (UDA) party that he leads having thousands of aspirants battling to get the nod and be the party flag bearer in respective seats, the situation complicated by the entry into Kenya Kwanza alliance.
In Kiambu county, deputy president William Ruto is facing a battle of his life to accomodate several political elephants in his camp that includes former governors Ferdinand Waititu and William Kabogo (also the Tujibebe Wakenya party leader), Thika township MP Patrick Wainaina and senator Kimani Wamatangi who recently defected from Jubilee party.
As The Standard reports, deputy president William Ruto has made a final decision on how he will decide the contentious matter. Energized after the consensus strategy worked in Narok, Ruto has instructed the five candidates to have a talk.
He is said to have ruled out nomination in Kiambu and would only turn to it as a last resort even as he leaves it to the aspirants who have been told to decide on who will fly the Kenya Kwanza alliance ticket.
He has promised the four who will miss out of the Kiambu county governor race of plum government jobs when he wins the August general election.
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