While speaking today the vocal and outspoken lawmaker for Bahati constituency Kimani Ngunjiri pointed out that in UDA party they had a few teething problem but the deputy president was going to sort them out.
He went on to say that problems were bound to be found in any new political party tbut the most important thing was on how they got resolved. He said that he believed in the Dp that he was going to give direction on some issues.
The Mp though cautioned their political rivals from celebrating their woes because after everything was sorted, they were going to be stronger than ever. He added that the disagreements were healthy because it was a clear indication that UDA was democratic.
He finally reiterated that the mission for Ruto to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta after the end of his term was over was much alive and his camp was still pushing it. He urged their supporters to still continue believing in them, he added.
Attached is a video link of the Mp speaking:
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