Reasons why Deputy president William Ruto will gain more if the United Democratic alliance party candidate wins the Kiagu ward by election slated for this month. This will also make the Deputy president William Ruto name more popular in mountain region and make people trust him more.
Kiagu ward by-election is taking shape and it's clear it's between jubilee party and UDA given the fact that CCK and Nopeu parties were disqualified. It's clear the UDA party has highest chances of winning given majority of the local leaders in Meru County are largely in support of the Ruto candidate as opposed to the ruling party.
The Deputy president William Ruto has also his loyal lieutenants who sells his agenda and manifestos.
Since the handshake happen back in 2018 between President Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime Minister Raila Odinga, the Deputy President William Ruto has not been in good terms with his boss thus making in roads visits to Mountain region alone.
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