Deputy President William Ruto's tour in Kajiado county have bore good fruits this is after a powerful and influential politician from the Maa community joined his UDA party after confirming the intensity of the ground.
National Transport and Safety Authority Director Francis Ole Meja today joined Dp Ruto in the Kajiado rally where he officially joined the UDA party and was received by the Chief of Hustlers Dp Ruto. Meja had earlier promised the residents of Kajiado that he will not fail them by joining affiliation that will not form the government next year.
He is in the competitive gubernatorial race with the current Governor Hon Joseph Ole Lenku who is also busy mobilizing the ground to support his second term in office so as to accomplish various projects in the country.
In his speech Meja promised the second in command that he will Mobilize many supporters to join hand in ensuring he clinches to power, he also said there he had done enough research before joining his side declaring that he is deeply rooted in the region.
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