The deputy president William Ruto today was happy to welcomed another member to the United Democratic Alliance party during the rally which was held in Murang'a county today. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto welcomed Maragua member of parliament Hon Mary Wamaua.
Hon Mary Wamaua will be defending her seat in the next general election using the United Democratic Alliance party ticket. While receiving her, the deputy president William Ruto said that his party is growing everyday and he asked those who may wish to join him to do so early so that they can move forward together. It is a big win to the deputy president William Ruto as head in the next general election since such leaders are the ones who will popularize his agenda to people.
The Maragua member of parliament Hon Mary Wamaua assured the residents that she will support the deputy president William Ruto and Kenya kwanza team as they head in the next general election. Despite that, it is now time for leaders to focus on how they will revive our economy which has been affected by covid-19 pandemic. The general election is moving closer and kenyans must be keen with the leaders who will elect them to represent their problems. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance so that we can overcome this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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