Famous upcoming mount Kenya Politician who is best known for his comedies in Churchill show has revealed the main factor that made him to join Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party ahead of the coming general election.
Speaking to Taifa Leo, MC Jessy who has publicly announced that he will be vying for members of Parliament seat in South Imenti revealed that he received a secret call from deputy president William Ruto urging him to join UDA.
After consulting residents, Jessy claims that he found that the party is famous hence accepting Ruto's call."Nilipopata simu kwa Daktari William Ruto akinikaribisha katika Chama hivho, ilibidi nitii wanachotaka watu wangu," Jessy said. "It's good to join a winning team," he added.He has urged Kenyans to fully support Dr Ruto saying his bottom up economic approach will help in improving economy of this country. Share this article with your friends and remember to follow us for more updates.
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