Deputy President William Ruto wants to be the next President of the nation. For that reason, he has been doing everything possible in order to lure many Kenyans to support him. Ruto has also been recruiting strong allies around the nation to help him with the work of popularizing himself.
One of the leaders Deputy President William Ruto recruited was ODM legislator Aisha Jumwa. Many people saw it as a betrayal from the female legislator to her party leader Raila Odinga while others hinted that it was Ruto's mind game to weaken the former Prime Minister.
Today, Aisha Jumwa has decided that there shouldn't be more secrets surrounding her move to DP William Ruto's camp as she spilled the beans on how she ended up on that camp. As reported by Channel 7 News TV, Aisha Jumwa claimed that it isn't Ruto who snatched her from Raila's camp. She claimed that she was the one who approached Ruto first and asked to join him.Below is a link of Aisha Jumwa's speech while in Mombasa.
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