The August general election is fast approaching and lots of political realignments and defections are taking place across the country as politicians make strategic moves ahead of the polls.
Deputy President William Ruto is keen on becoming the next President and has been selling his Hustler narrative across the country to persuade Kenyans to back his bid.
DP Ruto has received a major boost after Starehe Constituency Charles Jaguar ditched Jubilee party and joined his United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.
In his message after Jaguar joined UDA, UDA Chairman Johnson Muthama has welcomed the legislator into the Hustler Nation adding that the party is steadily growing in leaps and bounds as more and more leaders opt to join the winning team.
"The Hustler Nation welcomes Hon. Charles Kanyi Jaguar MP for Starehe to @UDAKenya. The party is steadily growing in leaps and bounds as more and more leaders opt to join the winning team," UDA Chairman Johnson Muthama said.
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