Tim Wanyonyi, an MP for Westlands, is one of the most recent figures from West Kenya to declare his support for the administration.
Its leader is a Luhya leader who declared on Tuesday that, following his victory in August, he was prepared to collaborate with President William Ruto.
Along with a leadership group led by MP Lugari Nabii Nawera, he pledged to cooperate with the administration and aid in its accomplishment of its objectives.
However, he has also demonstrated that he won't be afraid to criticize Ruto if he has done something wrong or misled the nation.
We won't be afraid to criticize the government if we believe it has failed to live up to our expectations.
By joining the leaders agreeing to work with Ruto, Wanyonyi emulates his brother Moses Wetangula, now the National Assembly Speaker.
The move comes only months after he was denied the chance to vie for Nairobi governor on the Azimio ticket, after managing to secure the ODM nod.
The privilege was handed to former Nairobi Deputy Governor Polycarp Igathe, who proceeded to lose to Johnson Sakaja, also from Western Kenya.
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