The deputy president William Ruto's presidential bid has been boosted after the Kajiando member of Parliament Peris Tobiko,Moyale Mp Wario Qalicha and Ali Amin Deddy of Laikipia East,ditched their parties to join the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).The three will increase the bonga points to Ruto's camp,increasing his campaigning power and popularity in their regions.
This comes at a time when many political leaders are hoping from one party to another, looking forward to 2022 general elections. Whereby,the UDA party whose leader is William Ruto,seems to be fully prepared compared to their counterparts in Jubilee, ANC and One Kenya Alliance (OKA).
Ruto has been meeting many leaders from Kajiando to his Karen residence and that could have prompted Peris into ditching Jubilee for UDA,whereby she is eyeing for gubernatorial seat using a ticket from her current UDA.
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