Over time, the ODM allies have been defecting to Dp Ruto's hustler nation's mansion. It all started back in the year 2018 after the handshake between president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and the ODM boss hon Raila Odinga. After this handshake, some ODM Mps lead by Kilifi member of parliament, hon Aisha Jumwa changed their political tunes to support Dr Ruto. Of late, hon Peris Tobiko joined this camp from Raila Odinga's house.
Now, around 12 hours ago, reports emerged that another ODM Mp has defected to Dp Ruto's Tangatanga camp. This is none other than hon Wilson Sossion, an activist as well as an ODM nominated Mp. These reports were established by the Kenyans.co.ke through their facebook page.
Sossion joined this camp during a political conference which was held at Dp Ruto's Karen residence where Tangatanga allies had attented. According to Sossion, he decided to join this camp saying that Dp Ruto's agenda is favouring the low level citizens who had been oppressed for a long time.
This move by Sossion Will be a big win to Dp Ruto who is eyeing to descend to the country's presidential seat come 2022.
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