Deputy President William Ruto has received a big boost and support after members of Service Party that is led by Mwangi Kiunjuri joined his UDA camp and declaring their unwavering support for Ruto's 2022 presidential bid.
In a speech that was read by the Secretary General of Service Party, the members said that they all cease to be Service party members but rather joins UDA in the fight to form the next government and they unanimously declared themselves hustlers a term that is most common in UDA's camp.
Kiunjuri who has been in the forefront of fighting Dp Ruto indirectly by publicly questioning his stability in the UDA has been dealt a huge blow as his party had not been widely known and now the pioneers have defected.
This now gives Dp Ruto a upper hand in the quest of winning more votes from the central Kenya region in the 2022 presidential race.
Click the link below to watch the video of the members ditching Kiunjuri's party.
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