The 2022 general election is drawing near and nearer everyday as politicians choose the parties that will see them in the next government.
Today, major revelations have been made by one of Central Kenya's top governors. The revelations by the governor were decided by bosses who elected the governor.
This news is a big boost to the hustler nation led by William Samoei Ruto. Ruto has been touring the vote rich mount Kenya region to consolidate the votes. However, hints by Waiguru to join ODM will ease his work on the mountain.
On the other hand, the hint by Waiguru to join UDA is a great loss to Musalia Mudavadi and the ANC party. Speculation informs that Mudavadi was courting Waiguru to be his running in the coming general election.
However, UDA, the party linked to Ruto, will continue reaping big after receiving several leaders from other parties including Gathoni Wamuchomba, Kangata, Musa Sirma and several others.
Comment on your opinion about this move by Waiguru.
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