Deputy President William Ruto has continued to amass support especially from Mt Kenya as several leaders from the region have continued shifting camp to tye Hustler Nation. Recently the second in command has been busy launching new members from his official resident and office.
What has however raised questions among Kenyans and in specific political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi, is the rate at which Kikuyu women are joining Ruto's Camp. While questioning what has gone wrong with the GEMA women, Nyungi rubbished the alliance of DP Ruto with Musalia Mudavadi saying that it doesn't add value to Mt Kenya.
"Dear Kikuyus: What is the GEMA EQUIVALENT of Musalia Mudavadi in UDA? None. And what is WRONG with your WOMEN - the politicians? Why has RUTO attracted a particular TYPE of GEMA women? Just asking. #TheFirstBetrayal." Posted the analyst.
Today the DP also welcomed the Keroche Breweries CEO Thabitha Karanja who's eyeing the Nakuru Senator seat.
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