Jubilee nominated Senator Millicent Omanga on Thursday left her followers guessing Deputy President William Ruto's next political moves, few days after he announced plan to work with Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula.
Through her Twitter account, Omanga termed the DP as a leader who has learnt the art of strategizing and bringing people together, and that his next move will be magical and will send shivers to the hustler nation critics.
"When it comes to organizing, strategizing, planning, executing and bringing people together; you can fully trust chief hustler DP William Ruto. There are cards he is yet to unleash. When he does so his opponents will forever never recover from it. Hold your horses. In a few," she tweeted without indulging more on the details.
Her sentiments comes at a time when the DP's camp stated that their decision to team up with ANC and Ford Kenya was for the sake of the country before holding their first joint rally in Nakuru on Wednesday.
After Nakuru, the team will be campaigning in Bungoma County on Thursday before proceeding to stamp authority in Mount Kenya Region by holding a mega rally in Kirinyaga.
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