Over time, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya hon William Ruto have been trying to his level best to convince the mount kenya leaders to join his Tangatanga camp as one way of preparing himself for the 2022 presidential race. Ruto is said to be in a great need of mount kenya allies as this region is known to be one of the vote-rich regions in the country.
Now, today, deputy president, Dr William Ruto have something to smile about. This came in after one of the Kieleweke legislators made a sharp u-turn where she dumped president Uhuru Kenyatta and his camp for DP Ruto's hustler nation. This legislator is none other than hon Cate Waruguru, the women representetive of laikipia county.
As reported by the people's daily, Mrs Waruguru changed her tune and joined the hustler's mansion where she said that, she will be supporting DP Ruto during 2022 presidential race. "MP Cate Waruguru has said she will support Deputy President William Ruto for the presidency in the forthcoming General Elections." Said the people's daily.
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