Deputy President William Ruto has received a huge blow after top Rift Valley legislator decamped his United Democratic Alliance (UDA) to join rivals ahead of 2022 general elections.
Through a powerful source, as part of alignment and realignment in preparation for 2022 race, Baringo South, Marigat Member of County Assembly Hon. Julia Kandie left Ruto's UDA for KANU which is led by the Baringo Senator Gideon Moi who, is also an ardent critics of Hustler Nation.
Hon Kandie was received by the One Kenya Alliance affiliate Dr. Gideon Moi at his Kabarak residence yesterday."Member of County Assembly MCA Hon Julia Kandie from Marigat, Baringo South ditches UDA for KANU. She was received by Dr. Gideon Moi." Revealed Sources.
The blow comes just at the time DP Ruto is on his third day Rift Valley tour amid attempts to unite the rich in votes region to rally behind Bottoms Up economy as he gets set to battle Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga, OKA team among others for top seat soon Kenyatta tenure ends.
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