Over time, Kenya's deputy president, Dr. William Ruto, has added new members to his camp through his newly formed UDA party. This is occurring at a time when the country is preparing to hold general elections in accordance with the constitution, in which Dr. William Ruto will be vying for the country's presidential seat.
Today, UDA members and supporters have something to rejoice about. This came as a result of the addition of two Kieleweke legislators to this party. According to DP Ruto's official Facebook page, he welcomed Hon Bethwel Mwambu, MCA of Mbakalu ward, and Hon Simiyu Wamusai, MCA of Saboti, to the UDA party.
"Along with Bungoma Deputy Governor Prof Charles Ngome, MPs John Waluke (Sirisia), Fred Kapondi (Mt Elgon), Mwambu Mabonga (Bumula), and CECM for Roads, Infrastructure, and Public Works Collins Mukhongo welcomed MCAs Bethwel Mwambu (Mbakalo-Jubilee), Simiyu Wamusai (Siboti-Ford Kenya), and other leaders from Trans Dr. Ruto stated.
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