Powerful political leader from the vote rich Mount Kenya region has made a declaration of supporting the Deputy President Dr William Ruto led Tangatanga brigade ahead of the August polls. This comes as good news for the Deputy President and his Tangatanga brigade Members of Parliament as his camp is set to receive more support from Mount Kenya due to the support set to be received from the new political leader into the Deputy President's camp.
On Sunday afternoon, the Mount Kenya region political leader Mr William Kabogo while attending an ANC delegates convention declared that he is ready to support the Deputy President and the entire United Democratic Alliance party in the forthcoming general elections.
The powerful Mount Kenya region political leader further rubbished Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja while at the same time upholding the Deputy President's Hustler Nation narrative. Kabogo further requested William Ruto and Musalia Mudavadi to maintain their good relationship ahead of the August polls in order for them to realize victory.
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