A controversial video has been making rounds online of a woman alleged to Dp Ruto's Diehard fan. In the clip she claims that they support Ruto until the end. Being a resident in Baringo she accused their Senator Gideon Moi for not helping them despite their votes. According to sources the woman usually sells vegetables in a nearby market. She however posed a question that if Gideon was unable to help them in their region will he manage the whole nation? This comes since Gideon Moi is among those in the presidential race to succeed uhuru.
The woman said that they are with Ruto, well husler movement seems to be gearing from bottom up as said by dp. His support from the grassroot level will see him beat his competitors by landslide come 2022. Few months ago it was alleged that the head of state will endorse the son to the late Moi as a way of delivering his promise.
However Dp Ruto seems to be an headache to his rivals including Raila Odinga. With 2022 nearing things seems be going Ruto's way as his political party UDA is giving the ruling party jubilee sleepless nights in by elections. It is winning by far and making Jubilee lose terribly.
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