Uhuru Kenyatta has been dealt a very big blow after governor Ann Waiguru officially joined the UDA party leaving and dumping Jubilee. Already Waiguru has been on record revealing of why Jubilee party has lost touch and hope with the people of Kenya ahead of the 2022 general election.
It's clear Uhuru recently met Ann Waiguru before the Mashujaa day celebrations. It's a fact Ruto has turned out to be a darling and a mighty wave in Mt Kenya region more than any other leader including Raila Odinga and that was witnessed during the Mashujaa day celebrations.
It's clear Uhuru has suffered a mighty blow to Uhuru given the governor was Uhuru Kenyatta's greatest defender. However as fate would have it only time will tell of what will unfold moving into the 2022 general as its clear as lot will change especially in the Mt Kenya region.
It's a fact already that Waiguru has moved on to the party that's is a darling of majority the people especially in the Mt Kenya region. However it's clear as we move forward Ruto has won massive support ahead of the 2022 general election something likely to make him president given the number of leaders joining his UDA camp.
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