Deputy President William Ruto has hit the road running for his presidencial bid.He has scaled up his efforts to get as many followers as possible.He has also managed to pull Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi to his team where the trio has signed a coalition agreement.However,the lineup for the team is yet to be made public.
DP Ruto has scaled up his efforts in his relentless tours across the country.He has been reaping big from his political tours across the country.He has been getting defectors from across all the political divides.Yesterday,he received new members such as the Keroche Breweries billionaire Tabitha Karanja.
Today,DP Ruto is back in Uhuru's backyard to continue drumming up support for himself.He has visited areas such as Uthiru Gichagi.Luckily,the hustler movement has swollen again after receiving another politician,Hon Njenga of Kiambu Township.This is a boost to Ruto's team.Former Kiambu Governor Fedinand Waititu is among those who received Hon Njenga.
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