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Big boost to Kenya Kwanza as Ruto welcome another caucus of independent candidates

Ruto's Kenya Kwanza has continued to receive a number of defectors to the coalition. Yesterday, Ruto also welcomed Meru elected governor Kawira Mwangaza who vowed to work with Kenya Kwanza Alliance. Ruto also reaps more when he received massive defection of UDM party led by Roba, senator elect and a number of MPs allied to it. This was a great loss to Azimio la Umoja flag bear Raila Odinga.

Today, William Ruto has received a number of independent candidates who has just joined the coalition. "Implementing the Bottom-Up Economic agenda will require a bi-partisan approach in legislation. It is because of this that we are grateful to MPs elected on Independent tickets who have committed to work with Kenya Kwanza," Ruto revealed.

The Independent candidates who joined included Joshua Mbithi (Masinga), Njoroge Elijah (Gatundu North), Caroline Ngelechei (Elgeyo Markwet), Rahim Dawood (Imenti North), Timothy Kipchumba (Markwet West), Ntutu Kitilai (Narok South), and Monica Muthoni (Lamu Woman Rep.) Ruto urged them to work hard to meet the expectations of their electorates. He also encouraged to be firm and be outstanding leaders who are ready to serve the nation.

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Elgeyo Markwet Imenti North Independent Joshua Mbithi Masinga


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