Deputy President William Ruto seems to be the man attracting massive groups of people within his camp.This is because he has been able to apply unique strategy to win more support for his United Democratic Alliance party (UDA).
This strategy seems to be challenged by others as they perceived it to be the cheap selling propaganda meant to allude and help attain individual's selfish gain.
"Today the deputy president William Ruto,hosted members of the Nairobi at UDA Kenya aspirant forum.Privileged to attend."
The remarks that were not taken positive by some Kenyas who expressed their discontentment upon the sentiments.
Some adviced him to divert his effort to other business since drumming support for deputy president Ruto is like watering stones that cannot get soft,it will be like a waste of energy and time.
It also accrued to being viewed as an ethnic party where one elucidated that by January next year UDA shall have reduced to a party of marginalized group of people.
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