RUTO’s son, NICK, splits the Kenya Kwanza alliance with his reckless statement

Thursday, February 3, 2022 – Deputy President William Ruto’s eldest son, Nick Ruto, has split the Kenya Kwanza alliance after he showed open bias against his father’s party.
This is after he preferred Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja of ANC for Nairobi governor over Bishop Margaret Wanjiru (UDA); a woman who has dedicated her resources to campaigning for Ruto and the UDA party.
Nick even went ahead to threaten Wanjiru with punishment, over her altercation with Sakaja during the Kenya Kwanza rally in Nairobi’s Westlands area.
Through a Twitter post, Nick Ruto made it clear that he will back Senator Johnson Sakaja to be the next Nairobi governor at the expense of Bishop Margaret Wanjiru.
According to Nick, the city of Nairobi is too precious to be left in the hands of Bishop Margaret Wanjiru.
“Johnson Sakaja will be the next governor of Nairobi. The city deserves the best. Margaret Wanjiru is a no. No apologies,” Nick Ruto tweeted.
Sakaja and Wanjiru, both members of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, took on each other head-on at a campaign rally held at City Park in Parklands.
The two differed in the presence of ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, his Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula and a host of UDA allied legislators.
Sakaja is allied to Mudavadi, while Wanjiru is aligned to deputy president William Ruto’s UDA.
Wanjiru was addressing the rally when she paused and argued with Sakaja who was the moderator of the speeches.
Trouble began after Sakaja cut short her speech before she had finished selling her candidature to the city residents.
Sakaja picked the microphone as irked Wanjiru could be seen gesturing angrily as she stepped down a vehicle serving as a makeshift dais.
The Nairobi senator asked the former MP to cut short her speech after some youths started to become rowdy as she was addressing them.

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