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UDF leaves Jubilee, set to endorse Mudavadi

02 January 2013, 16:40

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports United Democratic Forum (UDF) has formally parted ways with The National Alliance (TNA) and the United Republican Party (URP).

In a statement, The UDF said it will sign "relevant papers" to end its coalition agreement with TNA and URP following a meeting of the party's top organs.

The party's communications director Mundia Muchiri said UDF Party will this afternoon sign the relevant papers to formally terminate its coalition agreement with The National Alliance (TNA) and the United Republican Party (URP).

- For more visit Daily Nation

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