Kenya Kwanza Power Sharing Structure; DP Ruto’s Coalition Sneaks in Power-Sharing Deal Identical to BBI Proposal.
Kenya Kwanza has deposited to the registrar of parties a coalition agreement with its affiliate parties a document similar to the Building bridges initiative (BBI).
The document details how the affiliate party members will share power if they the win August elections.
The power-sharing deal document which was drafted by Tharaka Nithi senator Kithure Kindiki was filed with the Registrar of Political Parties on Sunday, May 8.
According to the document, if the Deputy President is declared the winner, he will promptly choose a Prime Minister using executive authority.
Kenya Kwanza Power Sharing Structure
President- William Ruto
Deputy President reserved for (UDA) party
Prime Minister -Musalia Mudavadi (ANC) party
Speaker of National Assembly- Moses Wetangula(Ford Kenya) party
Senate Speaker- Governor Amason Kingi Jefwa(PAA)party
Majority leader- Governor Alfred Mutua(Chap Chap)Party
Maendeleo Chap Chap leader Alfred Mutua had been allocated a Cabinet Secretary slot either in the infrastructure or public utilities sector.
Should he miss the ministerial slot, then he will be nominated to either the National Assembly or the Senate.
The agreement also stated how the 21 ministries in the deal will be distributed.
Mudavadi and Wetang’ula would be given 30 percent of the appointive government jobs, including the former’s Prime SC position and six more Cabinet Secretary seats, according to the report.
Priority development projects in Western Kenya have also been promised, including the completion of all unfinished bitumen roads and the resurrection of businesses such as the Mumias Sugar Company.
However, the arrangement will only work if Mudavadi and Wetangula can bring onboard over 70% of the western region comprising Kakamega County, Bungoma, Trans Nzoia, Busia, and Vihiga counties which has 2.2 million registered voters.
Governor Mutua must bring on board over 35% of Lower Eastern votes.
Governor Kingi must bring on board 55% of Kilifi registered voters for him to get the Senate Speaker post.