It was a fruitful Sunday for Dp Ruto after a stauch Kieleweke member of parliament ditched Jubilee party to join UDA party of Ruto with a promising message of what he will do in order for Dp Ruto to win the 2022 general elections.
Thika township member of parliament Hon Wainaina Wa Jungle today speaking in Kiambaa where he accompanied Dp Ruto and other leaders in a church service publicly declared UDA as his new party as he promised to Ruto that he will ensure that the residents of Thika also joins UDA party.
In a viral video circulating online Wainaina promised to vote for Ruto and encourage Thika residents to also join UDA party in forming the next government.
Ruto's heart was melted with joy after the vocal MP declared to vote for him the 2022 and the promise of ensuring the Thika residents also join his camp.
Thika is a congested town because of the many industries hence could the residents join UDA it will be a big milestone in climbing the Mount Kenya region.
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