Musalia Mudavadi and National Congress, ANC party leaders were all missing as Deputy President William Ruto today made a low entry Kiambu County Accompanied by only United Democratic Alliance, UDA party allied Leaders.
From the DP Ruto's post, Ford Kenya party leaders and ANC leaders boycotted DP Ruto's rally raising ahead of their Friday's mega rally in Western region.
Deputy President William Ruto while touring Kiambu and making stop-overs selling his Hustlers' gospel, DP Ruto visited Uthiru Gichagi and Muguga Markets in Kabete Constituency, Kiambu County, Kabuku and Ngecha shopping centre in Limuru Constituency accompanied by Members of Parliaments including Githua Wamacukuru of Kabete, Ndindi Nyoro of Kiharu, Alice Wahome of Kandara, Gathoni Wa Muchomba of Kiambu, Kimani Ichung'wah of Kikuyu, George Koimburi of Juja, John Kiarie of Dagoretti South, Rigathi Gachagua of Mathira, Owen Baya of Kilifi North, Nelson Havi (LSK President) and former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu.
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