A point of concern has been the relationship between Deputy President William Ruto and Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter. To this point, the MP has been the most vocal opponent of the DP in the Rift Valley. It was unexpected when he joined the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) last month and expressed his support for William Ruto.
The MP appears to have done so since the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) is the most popular political party in the Rift Valley. He made a similar shift in 2017, when he unexpectedly joined the Jubilee Party and won re-election to his prior seat. Rigathi Gachagua, not DP William Ruto, greeted Keter when he joined the United Democratic Alliance. Most politicians are enthusiastically welcomed into the DP, for the most part. If this is the case, it could mean that their romance is still in its early stages.
Keter’s campaign vehicles are branded in such a way that it appears to be a convenience arrangement. He decorated them with his campaign poster and painted them in the colors of the United Democratic Alliance. Despite the fact that it isn’t compulsory, most politicians use their party’s leader’s portrait on their campaign posters. In Keter’s case, the lack of this element is particularly obvious.
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