Former Tharaka Nithi governor Samuel Ragwa has now dumped The Service Party (TSP) which belongs to Former CS Mwangi Kiunjuri.
According to a report by Saturday Nation, Samuel Ragwa who is eyeing the senatorial seat met the Deputy President William Ruto in Karen, Nairobi. According to the report, Ragwa says that his decision to join the Ruto-led United Democratic Alliance party and abandon Kiunjuri's TSP came after he consulted voters. Ragwa says that after profound soul-searching, he decided to join UDA party.
Samuel Ragwa, who has now become an ardent supporter of the Deputy President William Ruto, has also joined the list of top political leaders who will vie for lower seats than what they initially served in.
Ex-governor Samuel Ragwa will also join the long list of other leaders from his county who are in UDA party including Women Representative Beatrice Nkatha, Senator Kithure Kindiki, MP Patrick Munene, MP Kareke Mbiuki and several other Members of County Assembly.
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