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DP Ruto's Rural Backyard Turns Yellow As UDA Battalions Fills The Air With Wheelbarrow Chants

Deputy President William Ruto's presidential dream is seemingly inching to reality after the newly formed United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party has tremendously garnered undoubted support across the country.

With over 3/4 of Mt Kenya legislators supporting his presidential bid, the second in command is now tasked in sharpening his political edges in the opponents' perceived strongholds such as Nyanza region (ODM), part of western region (ODM, Ford Kenya and ANC) and some key counties in coastal regions (ODM).

Despite having engaged in pull and push, back and forward ugly scenes with his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto's political star seems to be brightening as influential and resourceful mobilizers (Politicians) from all walks are now forcing their way to Hustler Nation axis.

The ongoing inflow of politicians from different political parties to UDA has staged a comfortable landing ground for Deputy President ahead of the long awaited 2022 general election. This doubles a political bonga point for Hustler Nation chief and the legislators joining UDA that allegedly intends the best interests of the ordinary citizens popularly profiled as hustlers.

Today Thursday, DP Ruto's key crusaders of Bottom-Up economy stormed Nandi county to engage thousands of hustlers in mass registration of members to UDA party through creating awareness strategies to the ground people. The crucial event was led by Nandi county UDA co-ordinator Hon Tarbei, "Wasupa na Ruto" squad led by Vivian and Odanga Nashon Pessa who has shown interest in joining politics in 2022.

The UDA convoy brought businesses to a Standstill as a mammoth crowd of hustlers enticed the event with pro-Ruto and wheelbarrow chants taking the centre stage of the event. Deputy President William Ruto seeks to face off ODM party leader Raila Odinga (yet to declare), ANC party chief Musalia Mudavadi, renown business mogul Jimmy Wanjigi, KANU chairman Gideon Moi (yet to declare) among others.

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