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Kîharu Constituency Mp, Ndindi Nyoro, has maintained his loyalty to Deputy President William Ruto's bid to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta after August 2022, Polls. This has been evidenced by his latest tweet where Ndindi refered his political master, William as the '5th'.
In other words, Mp Nyoro is expressing his confidence that Kenyans will overwhelmingly vote for Ruto. Attached please find his tweet as I captured it from his timeline for your review.Picture for illustrative purpose.
His confidence in Ruto's race to Statehouse attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Try your level best but don't promise youths wheelbarrow, try to be innovative and creative as you do assessments on how many youths with Degrees and Diplomas truly deserves to given the wheelbarrow.
*The Deputy President should meet all Kenyans, The Presidency is for all including the Mountain Kenya Foundation, MKF, as a United nation.
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