Deputy president William Ruto has today welcomed new member to United Democratic party. According to the video shared online, and pictures. City lawyer, come politician Karen Nyamu has joined UDA Party and declared her intentions to replace senator Johnson Sakaja. She has expressed here decision to join Ruto's camp claiming that it is the only Party with the vision of Kenyans at Large.
This is good news to hustlers nation who are keenly tapping leaders from different camps ahead of 2022 general election. With an addition of Nyamu. Ruto is proving to be Keen on winning the city which has been dominated by veterans like orange democratic party leader Hounerable Raila Odinga who has for many years enjoyed Support from locals.
Do you think Karen Nyamu will help Ruto in getting votes in Nairobi county come next year? Share with us your views on the same. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
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