Western split over DP campaigns order

While some think the decision by the DP to publicly disown the Tangatanga brigade was a blessing in disguise for Luhya leaders to close ranks and chart the elusive unity ahead of 2022 polls, others say nothing will change and disunity in the region may even be more pronounced.

~ The Star

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