After Musalia Mudavadi's sunday earthquake at the Bomas of Kenya, DP Ruto's camp have started welcoming new members to their camp. The defections started yesterday in the morning where several leaders who have been against him changed their minds to join the hustler's mansion.
The first leader to join this camp was hon Jaguar, the Jubilee member of parliament for Starehe constituency. Hon Jaguar who have been Uhururaila's key ally joined UDA party yesterday at DP Ruto's Karen office. Hon Jaguar was followed by hon Zacharia Baraza and Dr Iyaya Wanjala both coming from the western region. The two were welcomed to the hustler nation by DP Ruto.
The fourth person was the well known gospel singer, madam Joyce Kim. Joyce who is eyeing for Kiambu women representative seat joined DP Ruto's vehicle yesterday in the afternoon where she is expected to vie for this seat using the UDA party.
The last person in the list is the vocal deputy governor of Makueni county hon Adelina Mwau. She joined this camp some few hours ago at DP Ruto's office. According to reports, DP Ruto's camp is expected to get more allies this week.
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