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What Ruto Has Done To Appease Mt Kenya After Rumbles Over Mudavadi Merger

William Ruto' s United Democratic Alliance party continues to grow nearly every day as more brigades continue to decamp to the hustler nation. Additionally, the United Democratic Alliance Party endeavors to form the next government ahead of the August polls.

However, deputy President William Ruto had the honor of receiving three battalions from Central Kenya to Hustler Nation.

Perhaps President Justin Muturi and Martha Karua are the key leaders championing the Mount Kenya policy. However, William Ruto' s UDA is taking advantage of the region by unleashing its coalition with Musalia Mudavadi' s Amani National Congress (ANC) and Moses Wetangula' s Ford- Kenya. As a result, his coalition has accelerated the buy- in of more political leaders to the hustler nation as they seek to triumph in the upcoming election.

As a result, The Hustler Nation is honored to report its growth is bigger and stronger. The Vice President welcomed Grace Wanjiku Wangui to the UDA interested seats (Kiambu Female Representative), Patrick Njenga (Kiambu Municipality, p) and David Njuguna (Lari).

Meanwhile, the vice president and Musalia Mudavadi team are waging their presidential campaigns in Bungoma as they seek to form the next government after incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta.

Today, the leader of the United Democratic Alliance party, the vice president, Mr. Ruto and his partners outlined their programs to the people of Kenya at a joint rally in Bungoma County. They used the land to set the economic agenda for the region and county. Among those present at the event are the leaders of the Amani National Congress and the Ford Kenya Party, who used the occasion to endorse Mr. William Ruto as the preferred presidential candidate.

The two masterminds of Luhya said they were on a mission to find new progressive friends who have the people of Kenya at heart. The community has shown interest in supporting one of their own without any intimidation.

The rally brought together over 100 MPs from the western region, including Boni Khalwale. Some of the Amani National Congress members left the party following the alleged Bomas earthquake in Kenya to join the Azmio la umoja train. Raila tries desperately to protect herself from the post- earthquake trauma, but to no avail.

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