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Fresh Headache For Uhuru As Another Top Jubilee Official Joins UDA, Ruto All Smiles

As the saying goes, hard work pays, deputy President William Ruto' s three day tour of Nyeri region has started bearing fruits even before him leaving the area.

News of Tetu Constituency member of Parliament Hon. James Gichuhi officially decamping the ruling jubilee party and joining the hustlers movement are without a doubt a reason to make the bottom up economic model crusaders uncork a champagne in celebration but the team understands that it is no celebration time yet since they have not yet won the upcoming general elections. As reported by Ruto' s close ally and self claimed UDA spokesperson Denis Itumbi, Gichuhi is now an ardent follower of the chief hustler and is going to be preaching Ruto' s gospel in the region. These news are a headache to the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta since Nyeri county is known to be his basement hence no one should be associated with Dr William Ruto. With the current political situation in Kenya, Uhuru will have very few or no followers during next year' s general elections. Deputy President William Ruto seems to have succeeded in displacing his boss in his own region.

Although he has spend alot of money in coming to Nyeri, his labour is not in vain and has already paid off. The independent Electoral And Boundaries Commission is now warming up to conduct a election in the next few months since politicians seem to have made the necessary arrangements to ensure they win the election. Having fallen out with his boss, the chief hustler decided to make his way to the top seat on his own hence why he is desperately storming different parts of the country pleading with voters to help him actualize his presidential bid. However, the silence in president Uhuru Kenyatta is an indication that he is silently crafting a new technique to counteract Ruto' s waves.

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