The two women haltered their political differences calling upon peace and unite in the country. They further informed that they will trust the democratic process and give voters their mandate to elect their leaders.
Kirinyanga residents were happy to hear Waiguru and Ngirici speeches as they cheerfully shouted their party name.
Ruto led the rally to Kutus and then Kerugoya wooing voters to join the ideas of UDA. He promised to create jobs to youths who were idling in the village and those in the streets.
He further warned his competitors to stick to their agendas and avoid questioning the his bottom up economic model.
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