United Democratic Alliance has received another new member of parliament by the name Mary Wamaua. Mary Wamaua who is the member of parliament of Maragua joins UDA from Kieleweke Party. This has happened at PCEA church service currently on progress at Saba Saba Church in Muranga County. Mary got chance to talk because William Ruto was not allowed to talk in the church premises. Mary said that they are very happy about the good work done by the Jubilee government under the leadership of Uhuru Kenyatta. He mentioned that deputy president William Ruto laughed the 1.2 billion Kenol project. She also said that William Ruto supported construction of training institute with 600 million from the government. He also touched on some other sectors such as construction of roads, improving health care in the region and also facilitating distribution of electricity. William Ruto is expected to sell his agenda to the people of Muranga county after the service is over.
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