The former Mukurweini Constituency's MP Honourable Kabando Wa Kabando today have issued a statement openly praising the Deputy President and his famous Hustler Movement. Kabando through his Twitter, have said that the so called Hustler Movement have a big support from the majority of the citizens.
About the Deputy President,this former member of Parliament praised Ruto often referring to Ruto's recent interviews hosted by Linus Kai Kai at Citizen Tv.
Hon Kabando wa Kabando went further and talked about the probability of president Kenyatta installing the Baringo county Senator hon Gideon Moi as his successor. Here, Kabando described Ruto as a 'bluff' on this.
Kabando comes from Nyeri County which is one of the Mount Kenya region counties. Since William Ruto declared his interest to succeed President Uhuru,he has been striving to ensure he gets enough support in this region. By now,he have a number of MPs from the region in his full support. These include Hon Moses Kuria and Hon Kimani Ichungwa.
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