Deputy President William Ruto has been expanding his camp every now and then. He has been taking in as many leaders as possible because he knows he needs to have maximum support in 2022 in order to win the presidential race but on the other hand, Ruto should be very careful when it comes to giving out party tickets to his preferred candidates.
Just recently, Kirinyaga county Governor Anne Waiguru was seen in a picture with Ruto's allies Susan Kihika, Aisha Jumwa and Rahab Mukami but as things seem to be, that move did not go down well with Wangui Ngirici who may face off Waiguru in the Kirinyaga gubernatorial seat.
As we are currently speaking, trouble is in Ruto's camp after senator Susan Kihika, Aisha Jumwa and Rahab Mukami were deconstructed by Wangui Ngirici. According to reports, the Kirinyaga women representative did hit out at those leaders pictured with Waiguru as she told them to remain in their counties and stop interfering with Kirinyaga affairs.
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