Deputy President William Samoei Ruto reaped big in Nakuru yesterday at the Kenya Kwanza Alliance joint rally, this is after Keroche Breweries boss Tabitha Karanja officially joined his United Democratic Alliance party. That was not only the key highlight of the day, DP Ruto's allies advised the locals to elect Senator Susan Kihika as their next governor.
Photo courtesy: Senator Susan Kihika.
Today, Governor Lee Kinyanjui has broken his silence on the rally, he took to his social media pages to trash yesterday's development and more particularly what he calls the 'endorsement' of Tabitha Karanja and Senator Susan Kihika. Lee said that UDA was imposing leaders on Nakuru people, he then referred to the two as puppets.
Following Lee's sentiments, Kihika has taken taken to her social media pages to respond to the matter. She revisited recent attacks that Kinyanjui directed to Kiambaa Member of Parliament John Njuguna Wanjiku popularly known as Ka'Wanjiku. She finalized by saying that the governor is full of pride.
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