Deputy President William Ruto is amongst the must watch presidential contender come next year's election.
The frontier of Hustler nation and UDA believes that he has all it takes to form the next Government.
With an incredible and supportive team, the hustlers agenda have been sold throughout the country.
Here are five women with promising votes for DP Ruto.
1. Ann Waiguru
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Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru become the latest member to join the hustler narrative.
During DP's rally at Thiba , she addressed the gathering saying that the people of Kirinyaga will decide on which party to run on.
The gathering assured to re elect her on UDA's ticket come next year. She clarified the air saying she obeyed the opinion of the people.
Ann Waiguru joining UDA have secured millions of votes from Kirinyaga to deputy president.
2. Alice Wahome.
Alice Wahome is an educated lawyer at university of Nairobi and kenya school of law.
Wahome has great influence on central province's Politics. She was believed to be Ruto's preferred running mate.
3. Gladys Shollei.
Gladys Shollei is Uasin Gishu women representative, a very outstanding leader. She is amongst Rift valley province prominent politicians with bigger influence on people.
4. Aisha Juma.
Aisha Juma has been a key figure behind Ruto's campaign. She is an outstanding leader from coastal province with promising votes from Ruto's unfamiliar ground.
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