Politics are taking a new twist every day as political parties doing their best to be on top seat come the year 2022.Today one of Baringo MCA has left Kenyan mouths wide open after he meets Kimani Ngunjiri and vows to support the hustler movement which is led by deputy president William Ruto, having in mind Baringo is a strong household for Gideon Moi who wants presidential seat 2022.
Today DP William Ruto is a happy man as Baringo mochongoi ward MCA kipruto vows to support UDA a party associated with Tangatanga founder. Kimosop who met with Bahati mp Kimani Ngujiri has vowed that he will mobilise Baringo residents to support UDA.
"When it comes to politics I respect Baringo county as it was first to reject BBI, and now they want William Ruto to Baringo. We have visited Ngunjiri today to plan on how we will popularise the UDA party and huster movement" says Kimosop.
This should come as a major boost to William Ruto and his tanga family as Baringo is a stronghold for Gideon Moi who is also looking to carrying the presidential flag come 2022.
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