As politicians continue to align themselves into their ideal political vehicles, Deputy President William Ruto's camp have received a major boost after one of the former Kameme FM hosts declared his support to him.
Karungo Wa Thang'wa who is now a politician used his official Twitter handle to show his political allegiance to the deputy president, where he revealed that he has been a believer of the 'bottom up' economic model which has already found favour amongst Kenyans.
"I have always believed in the bottom-up approach! My first public office was in a market, under a tree. Just to listen to Mama 'Mboga', Boi wa mitumba, Motor bikes etc. With William Ruto, I believe all the upcoming will become overcomers. Nice meeting you today Sir!. I Got Your Back," Karungo Wa Thang'wa Tweeted.
Ruto has already declared his political interests to the presidential seat, and is expected to use the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party to vie since he fell short of Jubilee party's favour.
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