Member of Parliament from the vote rich Mount Kenya region has broken his silence speaking on the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's visit to the Coastal parts of the country lauding that residents from the region are slowly becoming UDA party confidants.
On his twitter platform, Hon Ndindi Nyoro shared a video of the Deputy President while addressing members of the public in the region and from the video, it is clear that the Deputy President's visit to the area beaconed an enormous number of Kenyans in the region.
Ndindi Nyoro further lauded that the Deputy President's UDA party is the one that has been supported by member of the public from Mombasa, Kilifi, Kwale, Tana River, Lamu, Taita Taveta and the whole Coast region. This comes as good news to William Ruto, the UDA party legislators and the UDA party members as such gatherings would to some extent show that Ruto might be supported in his 2022 presidential quest.
''UDA, Kazi ni Kazi. Mombasa is UDA, Kilifi is UDA, Kwale is UDA, Tana River is UDA, Lamu is UDA, Taita Taveta is UDA. Coast yote is UDA. Kenya is UDA, Kazi ni Kazi. Hustler Nation. We are African and Africa is our Business,'' Hon Ndindi Nyoro posed on his twitter platform.
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