This comes after Martha Karua had earlier, informed the public that she will not support Ruto or be his running mate but did not declare who will have her support in 2022.
Now Waruguru has urged the NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua, The Service Party leader Mwangi Kiunjuri and Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo to make up their minds.
"I am calling upon my sister Martha Karua, Mwangi Kiunjuri and the others to stop telling us that you are being compelled to dissolve your political parties," she remarked.
She asked them to stop whining daily about Deputy President William Ruto, claiming that he is forcing them and others to fold their parties to join United Democratic Alliance (UDA) adding that clearly there are only two presidential frontrunners and they should decide who they want to support since it's their democratic rights.
“The constitution protects our parties. It doesn't matter whether it is big or small. Everybody is entitled to forming or joining any party,” Waruguru added.
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