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Narok: "Dp Ruto Made Me Join ODM In 2007, Now I am Leaving Raila's Camp For UDA" ODM Politician Claims

Narok county politician has now revealed how deputy president Dr William Ruto motivated him to join Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) in 2007.

According to the unidentified politician, Dr Ruto's charismatic leadership while he was working with former prime minister Raila Odinga inspired him to join ODM, where he has been its organizing secretary until recently.

However, the orange party official official declared that he had ditched Raila for the DP as he prepared to seek for an elective seat in 2022 general election. He asserted that he had decamped to United Democratic Alliance (UDA).

However, he claimed that he had ditched ODM with a host of followers from Narok who were keen to contest for elective seats in UDA party.

"It is William Ruto who made me join ODM while he was in the party. Now I am decamping to UDA," said the politician.

Further, he quipped that he would not succumb to any threats and intimidation from political enemies of the DP. He vowed to solder on in promoting the ideals of Hustler Nation and the party which entail empowerment of the lower class Kenyans.

He added "My defection is not just a normal one. I am joined by my huge followers who want to be part of the party membership."

The politician was speaking in Narok on Thursday where Dr Ruto and elected leaders, besides non-elected, had attended. They include Soipan Tuya (Narok Women Representative) and Johanna Ng'eno (Emurua Dikir MP) among others.

This is a huge boost to Dr Ruto's 2022 ambitions because he has acquire another key ally who will spearhead the campaigns.

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