A section of youths from Uasin Gishu County which is considered as DP Ruto's political bedroom has today vowed to support the Amani National Congress party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi's Presidential ambition in 2022 as they dismiss Ruto's Presidency.
Speaking to the press on Monday 12th of April, these young generations from Eldoret have expressed their disappointment with Ruto as the deputy president after he failed to bring development in the area. According to them, they have lost confidence in the Uhuruto government.
"We voted for Uhuruto in 2013 and twice in 2017 with hopes that they might change our lives but instead they have made our lives more miserable. We do not doubt that Musalia will fix the problem," one John Koech stated.
"We are going to campaign for him from Uasin Gishu, Elgeiyo Marakwet, Kericho, Nandi and the entire rift Valley Region to ensure that the entire Kalenjin Nation supports his presidential ambition. We have confidence that he's the only person with solutions to our problems, "Sally Ngetich Added.
Pepe Mkhanjala who is ANC party deputy youth league leader has welcomed the youths with open arms urging other political leaders to change this country to join the one Kenya Alliance and they won't regret voting for Mudavadi.
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