CS threatens county boss yearning to hustle

Governor has tried several times to jump ship for UDA but shrank from "dire consequences"

In Summary

• A group of MPs had  promised voters goodies, but their moneybags backer has had a change of heart. And they're left holding the bag. 

• A nominated lawmaker whose appointment almost caused a  party split is a no-show in Parliament and opening beauty salons.

A governor's heart is with Deputy President William Ruto's UDA and his hustlers (centre pictured) but he's officially in a party that was controlled by now-defunct Nasa. Will he jump ship? A little ...

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