DP Ruto Reaps Big in Central Kenya as He Welcomes Another Mp From The Jubilee Kieleweke Wing
By #Hotnews | self meida writer
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The Jubilee party has been dealt a big after another member of parliament defected from the Jubilee Kieleweke wing and joins the Tanga Tanga wing led by the deputy president William Ruto. The Gatundu member of parliament hon Moses Kuria took to his Facebook page to congratulate the member of parliament for Kinangop Hon Zachary Kwenya for joining them and also hosting them in his constituency.
Kuria also added that East or West home is the best. The deputy president William Ruto and his allies attended a church service at the A.I.C Engineer town branch. After the service they held a rally at Oljororok town where huge crowd gathered to welcome the deputy president William Ruto.
Online users have also reacted to the position taken by hon. Kwenya some telling him to welcome to the winning team. The deputy president is seeking to win the votes of the Mt. Kenya region ahead of the 2022 general elections and this is a good harvest for his visit.
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