Deputy president William Ruto has today suffered a big blow after his tangatanga allies leaders skipped his meetings. Since the second in command was in Kirinyaga central Kenya then central leaders were expected to grace the occasion.
Ruto had a wonderful and fruitful day where he brought together Ann Waiguru and her long term rival kirinyaga women representative Purity Ngirici. The two since they join UDA they have not been in peace hence has been trembling the influence of UDA within the region.
Ruto during his tours blamed opposition chief Raila Odinga for taking over the government with Reggae and BBI which he said hindered the performance of the Big Four Agenda.
He promised to forme the next government through the bottom up economic model which he said is the best model for our county. He also empowered women and bodaboda enterprises which he gave out some cash to strengthen their businesses.But while giving out names of leaders who accompanied him in his Facebook page, it's was notices that key tangatanga leaders were missing.
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