Deputy President William Ruto has today suffered another blow in his 2022 Presidential Bid. This follows the emergence of unverified claims that another UDA battalion from the Luo Nyanza region has now rejoined the ODM Party, pledging to support Raila's 2022 Presidential Bid.
Breaking the news via his official twitter account handle, Hon George Kaluma has shared another photo of the UDA group being received by some ODM officials, an indication that DP Ruto could have an uphill battle trying to win Raila's Bedroom.
At the same time, Nairobi County Member of Parliament Hon Esther Passaris has today claimed that it would be so sad for someone like DP Ruto to compare himself with Raila as far as Nairobi politics are concerned.
Speaking during another ODM Crucial event from Nairobi, the ODM MP has now claimed that Nairobi will follow the footsteps of Luo Nyanza where another group of UDA members rejoined the ODM Party. She has also announced that they have commenced in an intensive campaign for Raila's 2022 Presidential Bid in the region.
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