The stage for the next general elections has already been set,with only ten months remaining to the a much awaited event,set to be conducted on 9th August 2022.
Politicians, especially those who will be wishing to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta,have been campaigning across the country,as they look for support to strengthen their political bases.
And now Tala MP Vincent Musyoka,who has since joined DP Ruto's hustler nation from Maendeleo Chap Chap party,has heaped praises on DP Ruto, revealing why Kenyans should elect Ruto as the next president.
Musyoka claimed that DP Ruto is one kind of a leader,who has been working on bringing Kenyans together, without them tribal lines.
"Our Deputy President William Ruto has stood out as the country's unifying factor.Look at his supporters who are sorrounding him especially leaders,they are from every corner of the country,be it Coast, Western Kenya, Nyanza, Mount Kenya, Ukambani, North Eastern,all leaders are in his camp.UDA party is not form on tribal lines like other parties," Musyoka said.
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