Laikipia County Member of Parliament Hon Cate Waruguru has for the first time come out to send her clearest signals that her hlrt doesn't belong to Deputy President Willam Ruto's UDA Party and that it's a matter of time before she openly announces her political stand.
Speaking via another viral vide clip that has gone viral, the Tangatanga Outspoken MP alleges that politics is a dynamic game that is subject to change, adding that things can happen overnight else there is no need to brag about huge followers one receives during political meetings.
But via a message perceived as a direct indicator that DP Ruto could walk via a tight and lonely path in 2022, the vocal Member of Parliament Claimed that Kikuyus are one of the most unpredictable tribes in the nation in terms of politics and that they change minds depending on who is their preferred candidate."Nataka Kusema Ukweli! Niseme au Ninyamaze! Unajua kuna watu nimeskia wakisema wao hawawezi ati itikia vyama Mingi. Wanafikiria ya kwamba sisi Wakikuyu tunatambua kitu yoyote? My friend, utarukwa na wakikuyu mpaka ushangae," Waruguru Says.
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