The deputy president William Ruto is on the move to popularize his candidature and his United Democratic Alliance party. This is especially in the central region where it has now emerged as the "battleground" between Azimio and Kenya Kwanza.
However, the nation newspaper has revealed that on Monday the deputy president William Ruto has a meeting with Nyandarua aspirant of UDA party. They discussed on matters of popularizing the party in the county.
Among the leaders who were present are: Faith Gitau (women representative aspirant), senate aspirant John Methu, gubernatorial aspirant Kiarie Badilisha, MP Aspirants and the Ward representatives of UDA party.
However, they say that this has raised jitters between the coalition parties as to why other parties Aspirants were left behind.
This comes as the deputy president William Ruto has now arranged a series of rallies across the country with the leaders being given sections to go to.
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