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Uhuru Kenyatta's Point Man In Mt Kenya Who May Have Quietly Joined UDA Party

By ObserverNews | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 28737 views

United Democratic Alliance party has now and again been linked to Deputy President William Ruto. The party has widely been popularised by his close allies across the country.

In fact, During a church service in Kayole several weeks ago. William Ruto endorsed Margaret Wanjiru for the Nairobi Gubernatorial seat under UDA party ticket, However , the by election didn't take place due to behind the scenes turns and twists that got Ann Mwenda sworn in and DG.

A look at the party's twitter handle page, it has followed only allies of Deputy President William Ruto. One man that it follows raising eyebrows Is former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo.

Kabogo for a long time has been a fierce critic of Ruto, but he has conspicuously been silent on his attacks towards the Dp. For several months now, the wealthy politician has rarely said anything negative about William Ruto.

Even in TV interviews, Kabogo has been careful with his choice of words anytime he's quizzed about William Ruto.

Kabogo's change of heart and language about Ruto and UDA party following him on Twitter raises the question if the influential Mt Kenya politician is warming up to jump to Ruto's camp.

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