Ruto die-hard follower and Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika Saturday evening confirmed that Nakuru county is behind deputy president William Ruto. Taking to her social media page, Susan Kihika revealed that Nakuru has already registered thousands of area residents to the newly formed UDA party which is closely associated with William Ruto.
Her post comes at a time when the second in command held a consultative meeting with leaders drawn from the central region who visited him to cut a deal for their region before the 2022 general election. The leaders confirmed that they will support Ruto in his bid to become the president of this republic.
Susan Kihika who is expected to contest the gubernatorial seat in next year's election has for the longest period accused the president of wanting to extend his term after 2022. She will battle it out with the current governor Lee Kinyanjui who is a close ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Below are some photos from her post:
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