There was celebration in Kutus, Kirinyaga County on Sunday November 28 after Laikipia Woman Representative Cate Waruguru showed up in Deputy President William Ruto's rally for the first term five days after she ditched Jubilee for UDA.
She however drummed up her support for the bottom-up economic model stating that she had realized that the country would be in safe hands when Ruto is elected as the next president.
Addressing thousands of Ruto supporters in Kirinyaga, Waruguru called upon the former Prime Minister Mr. Odinga to retire from politics arguing that he is seemingly tired.
She added that the country needs a fresh and energetic energy exhibited by the man from Sugoi.
"In Laikipia, we have said that it is time for Mzee (Raila) to go home, let the man rest. From the age of 18-45 we want Raila to go and check after the grandchildren. Kenya's economy needs a strong energetic man like William Ruto."
She urgued Kenyans across the country to support Ruto's presidential bid come next year.
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