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Why Uhuru held back on alliance with Ruto

28 November 2012, 09:12

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports that, confusion has engulfed the G7 alliance over pre-election deals between United Republican Party and The National Alliance and another between Wiper Democratic Movement and United Democratic Forum.

A spokesman for Uhuru Kenyatta issued two contradictory statements, one saying that the TNA presidential aspirant and Eldoret North MP William Ruto had reached a pre-election deal and followed with another saying his earlier statement was inaccurate.

In the first statement, the spokesman, Munyori Buku, said that, the two leaders had agreed on an alliance whose goals will be national unity, prosperity for all Kenyans, reconciliation and offers a definite and clear roadmap of making Kenya an economic powerhouse in the region, Africa and the world in the next decade.

- For more details visit Daily Nation

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