Today seemed like a winning day for Deputy President William Ruto as his United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party received a significant boost ahead of the General Elections.
Earlier in the day, the DP joined ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi at the Bomas of Kenya where the two leaders promised to work together moving forward. Ruto announced that UDA, ANC, and Ford Kenya will tour Western Kenya and Central region starting Wednesday next week.
Mudavadi affirmed that he will not in any way work with Raila's Azimio La Umoja citing betrayal from the leader. He claimed that he trusted the leader twice but he never changed and betrayed him twice. His move was celebrated by Ruto's allies who welcomed him onboard.
The DP reaped more today as two vocal governors Muthomi Njuki of Tharaka Nithi County and Salim Mvurya of Kwale County joined his team.
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