Laikipia County Women Representative, Hon Cate has warned Deputy President William Ruto against politicians he entrusted in Mt Kenya. Cate further predicted his down fall.
Speaking during a rally in Laikipia East, Cate Waiguru warned the Deputy President William Ruto against relying on the former Laikipia governor, Joshua Irungu, area MP, Amin Deddy and senator John Nderitu, arguing that that they will cost him the votes.
Cate further singled out Irungu, who is seeking a political comeback, as the main person behind the manipulation of the premaries.
Waruguru told the Kenya Kwanza presidential flag bearer to put his house in order, failure to which the Azimio La Umoja wave will sweep across the region that supports UDA.
She affirmed that the Deputy President William Ruto had votes in the region, promising to protect them at all cost but warned the Laikipia residents against voting politicians who are riding in his popularity.
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