Bishop Wanjiru told United Democratic Alliance (UDA) to change their strategy in order to win support from different tribes ahead of the tough 2022 General Elections.
Wanjiru asked the aspirants who are in DP Ruto’s team to woo Kenyans from different tribes in a bid to increase their chances of winning their respective races.
The Tangatanga members who were present at the Karen meeting went wild as the Bishop who will also be in the Nairobi gubernatorial race said they will go to every tribe in their strategy to woo voters.
“Sisi tunataka kura za watu wote. Tutaomba kabila zingine. (We want votes from everyone). We will ask other tribes for votes when we are humble. We must unite with other tribes so we can get enough votes. I am pleading with you in front of Ruto that we be humble people,” said the Bishop.
The remarks by Bishop Wanjiru comes as DP Ruto faces a tough quest of winning voters from different regions without going to their kingpins or elders as his strategy is to go directly to voters unlike his opponents.
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