Deputy president William Ruto's linked political party United Democratic Alliance (UDA) seems to be taking a new shape in Nyanza region as a section of youths in Kondele, Kisumu county have embraced the wheelbarrow narrative by taking pictures while holding the UDA pamphlets.
According to the post shared by PK Kasirim on Facebook, a section of Kondele youths have vowed to walk with the deputy president William Ruto through his 2022 journey to State House, claiming that it is only through uplifting hustles of common mwananchi that will stabilize the country's economy.
"Awakening from the shackles of Odaingaism? (UDA party, Kisumu, KONDELE chapter)" PK Kasirim shared the picture on Facebook.
Netizens have ganged up on the post with divided opinions as a section of them argued that Kondele youths have pegged themselves to deputy president with the intention of milking him some financial aid and later revert back to the ODM party boss Raila Odinga.
Other netizens opined that the second in command's linked party UDA is gaining momentum in Nyanza region as youths are now embracing wheelbarrow narrative, a clear suggestion that Ruto's 2022 presidential ambition is inching to reality.
Below are the screenshots of their reactions.
This comes a time when the speculations of Ruto-Raila coalition is looming after an alleged private meeting of ODM party member Hon Wickliffe Oparanya and the second in power William Ruto in Narok tagged a series of divided opinions on social media.
Could Ruto's linked political party UDA taking a new twist in Nyanza region? Can this be an indication of Ruto-Raila coalition ahead of 2022? Share your opinion in the comment section.
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