Deputy President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza caucus is likely set to lead both the Senate and National Assembly in terms of the aspect of the majority. This might be so because a number of elected leaders from other parties and those who won on independent tickets have been joining hands to work together with the Deputy President Dr William Ruto.
The entry of new political leaders into the Deputy President's camp is not just good news for him (William Ruto) but as well to his confidants and supporters.
On Friday, the UDA party captain informed to have received a number of political leaders into the Kenya Kwanza merger and among the leaders who were received into the caucus was a newly elected county chief from the populous Mount Kenya political zone.
William Ruto revealed to have received the newly elected Meru county chief Hon Mwangaza Kawira on Friday in Karen, Nairobi county.
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