It is good news to the United Democratic Alliance members of Parliament, the Deputy President Dr William Samoei Ruto and the UDA party supporters as a Mount Kenya region Member of Parliament breaks silence allegedly declaring the the whole of the nation of Kenya is in support of the UDA party.
Photo of Dr William Samoei Ruto
On his twitter platform, Hon Ndindi Nyoro (the Deputy President's close ally from Mount Kenya) has reiterated that the Deputy President's UDA party whose slogan is 'Kazi ni kazi' has a lot of support from the vote rich Coast region, a region that has always been the ODM Party leader Hon Raila Odinga's bedroom for years now.
The Jubilee Party Member of Parliament further penned that the the UDA party has support from the coastal counties including Taita Taveta county, Lamu county, Tana River county, Kwale county, Kilifi county and the whole coast region in general.
The following shows what the Mount Kenya region legislator penned on his twitter platform concerning the same;
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