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Worrying Details to Uhuru's Camp Emerge As Waiguru Makes a Bold Move to UDA

One of the top allies of the Deputy President William Ruto who used to be Uhuru's right-hand man, Dennis Itumbi the former State House IT expert, has revealed more worrying details to Uhuru's Jubilee camp in addition to Waiguru's bold move to United Democratic Alliance [UDA] Party.

According to Itumbi in his online statement, it appears that Kirinyaga County Governor has not just made the decision alone in her move from Uhuru's Jubilee to DP Ruto's UDA party.

Instead, she has been accompanied by a large number of MCA from Kirinyaga and other parts of the country, those who have decided to part ways with Uhuru and Jubilee party to join DP Ruto's new political vehicle which is currently taking the grounds with a wavy storm.

And from Itumbi's statement, the number of MCA's who have joined Governor Waiguru in that bold move is twenty.

All are currently engaging with Deputy President William Ruto in a special meeting at his official residential home in Karen, Nairobi County.

Losing a top vocal ally and a gallant soldier Governor Waiguru alongside twenty elected MCAs to his currently perceived political enemy is something that must get Uhuru and the entire Jubilee camp worried.

We all know how Waiguru has been much supportive to the president especially in his efforts to popularize the Building Bridges Initiative [BBI] in the Mount Kenya region and across the country as well.

And, in response to the calls ware being made to her by her supporters and Kirinyaga County residents at large, the vibrant Mount Kenya politician has now decided to call it quits with Jubilee and join the UDA party where the hearts of her people are.

This could be sad to Uhuru and his soldiers but it is one of the things that must be expected in politics especially when the general elections are approaching like now, with various leaders looking for potential teams that can enable them to win or defend their political seats.

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