The deputy president Dr William Ruto has been spearheading a conversation of having a one national political parties that will unite all Kenyans.
This led to the formation of the United Democratic Alliance party that he intends to use as a vehicle to statehouse this year.
He has accused his allies for forming tribal parties that they are using to divide Kenyans along the tribal lines.
Former President Daniel Moi was the first person to propagate for a one party state ideology which, enabled KANU to enjoy the fruits of power for a long time.
Despite Ruto having powerful allies who own popular parties in their stronghold such as Moses Kuria who owns Chama Cha Kazi party and Mwangi Kiunjuri who has TSP party he has remained adamant that UDA will not step down for anyone in the upcoming polls.
Ruto has suffered a major blow as his allies have ditched UDA a few months to the general elections.
Kirinyaga Governor contestant Purity Ngirici left UDA after suspecting foul in the upcoming polls where she claimed that her rival Incumbent Ann Waiguru is being favored.
Kisii governor hopeful Joash Maangi also dumped United Democratic Alliance after consultation with the electorate from the region.