The longstanding antagonism between Bahati constituency MP Kimani Ngunjiri and Nakuru County gubernatorial candidate Susan Kihika is a thing of the past if the duo's recent dalliance is anything to go by.
Today, Ngunjiri who had in the past displayed reluctance to support Kihika's bid, leading to the spread of information that he was instead, backing Azimio's Lee Kinyanjui, has played host to Kihika where they held joint rallies much to the chagrin of their competitors who were banking on the raging dispute to gain political mileage.
In Wanyororo B, Susan Kihika joined Ngunjiri in an event to unveil a chief's administrative office whose construction was financed by Bahati CDF funds.
Speaking to residents who had graced the event, both leaders endorsed each others candidature assuring voters that they have never fallen out as perceived instead, they are more united to support each other so as to guarantee the Kenya Kwanza coalition the highest number of legislators at the national level and also gain control of sizeable chunk of counties.
The ultimate reunion of the two is a major relief to deputy President William Ruto, who the infighting could have costed alot given that Nakuru is among the most vote-rich counties across the country.
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