In recent days, DP William Ruto and his allies have been dominating headlines to their controversial sentiments. They have been attacking, insulting, and criticizing almost everyone who is not in their camp with their latest culprit being Meru county Governor Kiraitu Murungi.
While in Meru, Ruto and his team decided to point their guns at Murungi but all in all, their trip was a success because they were welcomed by thousands of residents. After that tour, senator Mithika Linturi has now spoken through his official twitter account as he dropped a powerful remark that may end up giving Ruto a big boost ahead of 2022.
"Thank you so much Mikinduri,Maua,Kiengu,Farm,Laare,Mutuati,Muriri,Muthara,Kianjai and Nchiru for the love you have shown us today.I promise you with the next government our issues will be on the table. Chama ni UDA. Form ni HUSTLER. Mpango ni BOTTOM UP." Tweeted senator Mithika Linturi as he tried to convince more people to support DP William Ruto.
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