Politics are intensifying in the country and by this fact, Dp Ruto's close ally from the central Kenya region is now giving the second in command sleepless nights after her latest outburst of supporting the handshake brothers.
Kirinyaga women representative Hon Purity Ngirici is now the latest politician giving Ruto sleepless nights after opening up of Ruto's disloyalty after Governor Waiguru joined UDA, this has caused a lot of conflict between the two and it is likely not to end well in sight of Dp Ruto.
Ngirici who is believed to have ensured Ruto is rooted in central Kenya specifically at Kirinyaga county has opened up of being sidelined and her position taken up by her competitor Waiguru. Because of this she has now promised to back Uhuru- Raila handshake and most probably defect to her former party of Jubilee.
This move will ensure Dp Ruto losing so many supporters from the region bearing in mind that the region has many registered voters.
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