United Democratic Alliance, UDA party is currently one of the most famous political parties in the republic of Kenya. This party is associated with Dp Ruto together with his allies as they are its pioneers. Ruto together with the entire Tangatanga brigade have been working hard to see that more allies join this party in preparation for the 2022 general elections and indeed, they have succeeded in doing so as new allies are joining this party.
Now, today, Dp Ruto won a big deal from the Mount Kenya region. This came in after one of the powerful members of parliament from the Mount Kenya region made a strong declaration concerning UDA party. This is none other than hon Wangui Ngirici, the vocal women representative of Kirinyaga county who had been said to have ditched UDA party.
As reported by Tuko News, hon Ngirici said that UDA is her party and she is not going anywhere as claimed by some sources. This is a big win for Dp Ruto as Ngirici is known to be a strong political machine necessary for Dp Ruto's presidency.
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