The United Democratic Alliance party today Tuesday 18 started its road trip rally within the city of Nairobi and according to the schedule shared online, they will be stopping at different places to engage with the people. One of the places enlisted was Lang'ata town where Jalang'o is aspiring to be the Member of Parliament.
The area is known to be a strong hold for Raila and his team but Ruto's trip has proved them wrong. After he stopped in the area, hundreds of Kenyans welcomed him wearing UDA outfits. They also carries UDA symbols to show their loyalty. This surprised many Kenyans as many believe the area is dominated by Raila.
"Ndio tuondoe shida ya maji hapa Lang'ata once and for good. Tayari tumekubaliana maji Northern collector tunnel, Ruiru 2 dam na sahizi tunakamilisha Karenenu dam. Dams tatu ambazo zitatusaidia kuleta maji Nairobi na especially kwa hiyo pipeline tunajenga kwa watu wa Lang'ata," Ruto said.
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