Western MPs Deliver Good News to Ruto on His Popularity in The Region After Barasa, Waluke's Words
By Robbi | self meida writer
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Dp Ruto's strength in Western Kenya became thinned after Mps John Waluke of Sirisia and and Didmus Barasa's remarks, that signaled they could be moving out of Dp Ruto's camp.
Tangatanga Mp for Mumias East Ben Washiali has said that the remarks by Mps Waluke and Barasa does not in any way mean Dp Ruto's influence in Western region is becoming weak.He added that the statements of the two mps were meant to taste waters to see what other people were thinking.
Another Mp allied to Ruto, for Malava Malulu Injedi, said that that the remarks by Waluke and Barasa does not impact their support for the second in command. He added that the leaders from the region do not want to drive the community to the opposition. He heaped praises to UDA party for fielding candidates in various areas.
He also added that ANC is only powerful in Matungu, Ford Kenya in Kabuchai while Wiper is stronger in Kabuchai.He added that Ruto is a strong person and should be taken lightly.
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