With less than 12 months remaining before next year's general elections, candidates from different regions have been running up and down looking for suitable political vehicles to use in 2022. The impending collapse of the ruling Jubilee Party continues to leave many politicians stranded.
Barely a day after Waiguru announced her plan, Another Jubilee Governor Lee Kinyanjui has come out guns blazing calling out the party for its decision to nominate Isaac Ngugi to replace the late Senator Victor Prengei in the senate.
Kinyanjui admitted that the party had been destroyed for good. Ruto's point man Kimani Ichungwa was quick to jump in and try to court Kinyanjui to join Ruto's side before the situation turns messy.
"My brother @GovLeeKinyanjui, pls run. Run from this Tower of Babel at Pangani before it gets darker than it is. Karibu hapa Hustler Nation, where consultation is REAL Bottom-Up." he wrote on Twitter
It now remains to be seen whether Kinyanjui will jump the boat or not.
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