As clocks ticks towards August General polls, political landscape in the country is taking new shape with shifting of political allegiances. It is now very apparent that Deputy President William Ruto who is among the key contender in crowded presidential race has massively invested resources time and energy in his Hustler Nation narrative with many political leaders decamping from their previous parties to the Ruto affliated party.
On Monday, Ruto key ally Kiharu Constituency member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro shed lights Ruto's camp is expecting major and many transfers within the next two weeks. While welcoming Karungo Wa Thang'wa who decamped for The Service Party allied to Former Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri to United Democratic Alliance allied to Dp Ruto,
Nyoro hinted that host of sitting, fomer and aspiring key political figures in Mount Kenya region are on the way out of their fomer political parties to UDA.
Image Courtesy : Kiharu Constituency lawmaker facebook post .
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