The political field continue to experience more as the 2022 elections approach.However politicians from different regions continue to reveal their concerns and views regarding political parties.However UDA Party followers have a reason to celebrate after another political stakeholder joins them.Former Thika town MP Alice Nga'ng'a has now made a new move towards politics.Photo used for illustration
She has confirmed on her willingness to support Ruto as well as the UDA team.It is a decision that has impressed the UDA supporters who have thanked Alice.In addition other political leaders who also support Ruto have warmly welcomed her into the party.This comes few days after laikipia women rep Cate Waruguru also joined hustler team.However more details are expected to emerge from different politicians regarding leadership and political parties, prior to 2022.The deputy president William Ruto have also commended Alice Nga'ng'a for joing his team as he continue to explore Kiambu county today.
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