Good News for William Ruto as Vocal Legislator Confirms the Following
By I.Nwriter | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 1 views
It is good news for the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto as a vocal Member of Parliament from the vote rich Western region now confirms that William Ruto's support in the region is intact.
The Mumias East constituency Member of Parliament Hon Ben Washiali who is also a close die-hard to the Deputy President has said that the weekend remarks by Legislators Didmus Barasa of Kimilili constituency and John Waluke of Sirisia constituency do not mean that the DP's Western command was crumbling.
According to the Mumias East constituency Legislator as reported by 'The Star' online news platform, the above mentioned two leaders were not speaking on behalf of William Ruto's allies from the region, but they were speaking their personal minds.
On Sunday, Hon Didmus Barasa announced that he was taking a four-month leave from national politics to concentrate on his mandate for Kimilili, a move many many perceived as changing his mind from being a follower of William Ruto.
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