United Democratic Alliance party Murang'a politicians are set to hold mega rallies today to drum up support for William Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance in general.
A team led by governor hopeful Irungu Kang'ata will visit Nginda and Ichagaki wards. The stopovers will be Gakoigo, Ihumbu, Gathera, Itaaga, Kaharo, Irembu, Gikomora, Ichagaki, Mugumo, ini and Maragua town.
The aspiring politician who will accompany Kang'ata are Joe Nyutu- senator hopeful Murang'a county, Hon. Wamaua- Member of Parliament aspirant, Maragua constituency. The residents will be entertained by Phyllis.
This is set to increase Ruto's popularity in Mount Kenya especially in Murang'a where Jubilee party team led by the incumbent women representative Sabina Chege is trying to win the hearts of voters.
There are higher chances that Irungu Kang'ata will be the winner of the Murang'a as per the latest opinion polls. In the senator position, Joe Nyilu is the most preferred candidate in Murang'a.
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