Deputy President William Ruto with some of his allies (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Deputy President William Ruto and his United Democratic Alliance party (UDA) allies have been in Ukambani for the last two days for their hustlers nation empowerment mission.
Today was his last day as he took his campaigns to Kitui County where he was received by several Kenyans who were chanting his name giving approval that they will support his 2022 Presidential ambitions.
Speaking to the locals, William Ruto revealed the number of legislatures the UDA party currently has in the current Parliament.
DP Ruto stated that UDA has more than one hundred and twenty Members of Parliament, which indicates that he has more support that what many expected.
This revelation will give his opponents some sleepless nights as they will have to put in more effort to ensure that their ambitions are on track.
Watch the video of Deputy President William Ruto revealing the number of legislatures UDA has in the link below:
Does this give him a good chance of winning the Presidential race?
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