Allies of the Deputy President, Dr. William Ruto have converged to deliberate on serious political issues as highlighted by Nakuru Senator, Susan Kihika. Tangatanga brigade have been adamant that they will form the next government as they believe "Hustler Nation" will carry the day in 2022 Presidential election. Tangatanga brigade have however criticized the Government of frustrating DP Ruto's 2022 Presidential bid.
Senator Susan Kihika is a vocal supporter of DP Ruto and has sarcastically hinted that they have met to discuss serious issues. Some of Tangatanga members also present in the meeting include Sen. Kindiki, Hon. Kimani Ichungwah and Elgeyo Marakwet senator, Kipchumba Murkomen.
@susankihika If tea can’t fix it, it’s a serious problem.😊 @HKindikii, @KIMANIICHUNGWAH, @kipmurkomen https://t.co/pdtF8b6ec5
Speculation is rife as to what the four key allies of DP Ruto could be discussing. DP Ruto on the other hand has continued with his usual campaigns despite Government's order that rendered political gatherings as illegal.
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