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"Kisii Ikona Wenyewe" DP Ruto Told As Kisii Leaders Threaten To Ditch Ruto If Matiang'i Will DoThis

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By MambaNiMoja | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 16558 views

Deputy President William Ruto might loose his massive support from Nyanza Region following the latest declaration by Kisii leaders. This is all ahead of the 2022 general elections whereby Deputy President William Ruto seemed to have gained South Nyanza as one of his strongholds, an area that was long dominated by leader of opposition Raila Odinga.

On the few trips Deputy President William Ruto has made to Kisii County and Nyamira County, there has always been a large turnout thanks to local based leaders that Deputy President William Ruto has managed to pocket. However, Deputy President William Ruto may soon loose support from South Nyanza as local MPs have declared that they are ready to ditch Ruto under one condition, if Cabinet Secretary for Interior Fred Matiang'i declares his interests to run for Presidency come 2022.

They have assured that they would rather support their own that Deputy President William Ruto. While speaking to Taifa Leo Newspaper, South Nyanza leaders led by Mugirango North MP Joash Nyamoko, his Kitutu Masaba counterpart Shadrack Mose and Vincent Kemosi of Mugirango West Constituency have declared that they are only waiting for a greenlight from Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i concerning 2022

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