The deputy president, William Ruto, is set to receive a shock following the allegations by popular Nakuru political analyst, Mr. Joseph Ngungi. According to Mr. Ngungi, Bahati member of parliament may be on his way out of the UDA party back to Jubilee or any other Mount Kenya political party.
This follows the recent meeting between Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui and Mr. Ngunjiri, days after Raila's tour of Nakuru county to launch his 2022 political ambitions. The Mr Ngunjiri meeting is said to be echoed by the recent woes between him and Nakuru senator Susan Kihika over the control of the UDA party in Nakuru county.
Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri and Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui during a past function (photo courtesy)
Due to the massive followers and grassroots mobilization skills that Mr. Ngunjiri has in Nakuru county, Ruto losing him will be a big blow to him (Ruto) garnering Nakuru votes in next year's polls. Mr. Ngunjiri is currently the chairman of Nakuru county MPs for the past 8 years. He was also the former KANU Nakuru branch chairman for 10 years.
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