Nyeri Town member of Parliament Hounerable Ngujiri has come out with new claims on Deputy president William Ruto influence in Mount Kenya region. According to the Kieleweke legislator, Ruto's Influence in the region will be reversed once Jubilee Party will start doing intensive Campaigns in Central region. He has added on claiming that, Ruto and his allied members have been moving around alone and now it is time for people to be told the truth.
Wambugu has also dismissed claims that Jubilee party is dead and that it can't be used in mount Kenya region to win any seat. He warned those saying so to prepare for the battle come 2022 and they should be ready to loose since the region is waiting for president Uhuru Kenyatta to give directions come that time.
" We will counter Ruto's dominance in Central region soon. The moment we from Jubilee Party will start hitting the ground. You people will see changes." Said Wambugu who is a strong supporter of Uhuru Kenyatta.
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