The Nakuru Senator Hon. Susan Kihika is one of the pro-Ruto female politicians in Kenya who has publicly stated her undisputed support for Ruto's 2022 political ambitions. However, a photo of Susan Kihika having a private chat with the ODM chief today during a burial ceremony in Nakuru county has left many Kenyans talking with many coming up with speculations that Raila was convincing her to join the ODM camp. This happened during the burial ceremony of the late businessman at Molo constituency in Nakuru county. The former Prime Minister Raila Odinga reconnected with Nakuru UDA and Jubilee leaders during this solemn moment to pay their last respects to the deceased. Many ODM supporters are now claiming that Raila will convince Kihika to ditch UDA party and defect to ODM in a bid to support his 2022 presidential ambitions.
Susan has on the other side been vital in publicizing the United Democratic Party and she is a major ally of the deputy president William Ruto. UDA is the rival party to ODM and it has gained fame through her campaigns. Many Kenyans now believe it will be a powerful tool in ensuring Ruto's victory in the impending 2022 elections. Susan Kihika's speeches at numerous political meetings have proved her commitment to Ruto's political agendas. The close chatting between these two politicians is a clear indication that there are no political enemies. Therefore, the voters should always avoid getting divided because of the political ideologies and value peace above all things and despite the outcomes after general elections.
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