Deputy President William Ruto appears to be the new king who is giving President Kenyatta some sleepless nights in Mt Kenya. Ruto's Tangatanga has already managed to trounce Uhuru's Jubilee Party in 3 by- elections that have been held in various parts of Mt Kenya this year.
As Uhuru and his Jubilee cronies continue to grieve as a result of the heavy humiliation which they suffered in the hands of Ruto in Juja and Rurii ward, the UDA party has bagged another major win.
Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro who is an ally of the DP has revealed that UDA has managed to register 20,000 new UDA members in Meru in a span of just 5 days.
"This afternoon, we joined Hon Eric Muchangi Karemba, Hon Cecily Mbarire and UDA Volunteers of Runyenjes Constituency, Embu at Kiarimui. The Volunteers led by the two Leaders have registered over 20,000 new UDA members in only 5 days," penned Nyoro via twitter.
This is another big win for DP Ruto as getting such numbers signifies just how popular the UDA party is growing in the Mt Kenya region.
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