Photo of Nakuru County Senator Susan Kihaki who is an ally to DP Ruto with ODM party leader Raila Odinga together in Elburgon as they attended the burial ceremony of the late David Kibira Muchai who was the founder of Mololine, has gone viral across the social and it has elicited mixed reactions online.
The photo made Netizens to say that Kihika has left UDA Party and she has joined .ODM party. But the latest Facebook post of Kihika has shown that she's still in UDA Party and she's still pushing the UDA Party manifesto and agenda. UDA Party agenda is to lift every hustler in Kenya and to support everyone who is at the bottom to grow to the top level.
(Photo| Kihika's Post)
Susan Kihaki said that the late Kibira thought like an hustler and his success story started from the lowest level and rose to the highest level. The late Kibira's story gives every huslter in Kenya hope that one day everything will be okay and they will rise to the highest level too.
(Photo| Susan Kihaki)
From Susan Kihaki's latest post after the burial of Kibira, it shows that she has not yet left UDA Party and she's still supporting UDA Party narrative and manifesto.
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