With 2022 campaigns already taking shape, political leaders across the country are joining different camps which they feel will guarantee them a re-election or election to new positions.
A number of leaders from Mount Kenya Region have been joining Deputy President William Ruto's team from the Jubilee party and other small parties in the region, all promising to popularize the party and his presidential bid.
Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro alongside his counterpart from Mathira Constituency Rigathi Gachagua on Sunday evening revealed that Magutu Ward MCA Honorable Pauline Wamabati had ditched her PNU party for UDA.
Nyoro termed her as a forthright leader who has a bright political future.
This transition comes few days after the former Kitui Rural MP Charles Nyamai joined UDA, and stated that he will drum up his support for Ruto's 2022 bid in Kitui.
The vocal Ukambani leader went on to say that his decision was triggered by Ruto's bottom-up economic model that is determined to uplift the lives of the ordinary citizens.
Several political analysts have stated that before the 2022 elections, all political parties will have formed unexpected coalitions and different politicians will have joined less expected teams.
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