Another testing moment for deputy president Dr William Ruto and the United Democratic Alliance party after another powerful and influential leader dumps the Hustlers Nation a head of the August general election.
This is after honourable Urbanus Ngengele an aspirant for Machakos county senatorial race on the United Democratic Alliance party ditches the party for the Azimio LA Umoja coalition which is led by Ruto's key opponent Raila Odinga.
Honourable Ngengele has claimed that his supporters and his people have advised him to ditched the hustlers nation and support the azimio LA Umija which is being backed by the region's key leaders including Kalonzo Musyoka, Charity Ngilu among other leaders.
His move comes a time more leaders are ditching the hustler nation after losing in the party primaries to run as independent candidates. The likes of Patrick Wanaina of Thika Town, Catherine Waruguru are just but among the leaders who have ditched the hustler nation.
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