It is good news for the Deputy President Dr William Samoei Ruto as details about the entry of the Kirinyaga county boss Hon Ann Waiguru into his (William Ruto) party are allegedly revealed.
Various online news platforms have established that there is a possibility that the Kirinyaga county boss Hon Ann Waiguru will join the Deputy President's United Democratic Alliance 'UDA' party ahead of the 2022 general elections.
It will be a big win for William Ruto if the Kirinyaga county governor joins his Tangatanga Movement as it will be easy for him (William Ruto) to win the support of the people of the Mount Kenya region ahead of the forthcoming general elections.
According to ''Tuko'' news platform, various members of the public from Kirinyaga county have urged Ann Waiguru to join William Ruto's movement and preferably deputize him in the 2022 general elections.
The governor is however yet to give her last word on whether she will join William Ruto or not.
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