It is good news for the Deputy President Dr William Ruto as new leaders from the Raila Odinga led Orange Democratic Movement Party, KANU party and the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta led Jubilee Party now openly show that they are behind the Deputy President.
On his twitter page, the second in command revealed that he met the Garissa county Assembly members who are from ODM, KANU and Jubilee Party at Ruto's Karen Office. This is a clear indication that the above leaders are set to back the Deputy President's Hustler Movement in 2022.
William Ruto said that in the meeting, they discussed empowerment programmes for Ruto's Tangatanga Movement and unanimously agreed to support Abdul Yusuf Haji on the UDA ticket for the Garissa county Senatorial by-election.
"Met Members of Garissa County Assembly from Jubilee, ODM, UDA and KANU at the Karen Office, Nairobi County. Discussed empowerment programmes for the Hustler Nation and agreed to back Abdul Yusuf Haji for Garissa Senator in the upcoming by-election." Dr William Ruto noted on his twitter page.
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