Deputy President William Ruto today toured Kwale County for dedication and launch of the Duruma bible language, he had a fruitful day as one of the influential and prominent Governor from coast joined UDA party.
Governor of Kwale Hon Salim Mvurya who has been a Jubilee Party member defected to the Hustlers side promising Ruto a huge win of mobilizing coastal residents to rally behind him in ensuring he wins the 2022 presidential elections.
In his speech Mvurya bid farewell to President Uhuru and other Jubilee Party members as he claimed full support of Ruto by promising that the country will be safe and the presidency of Dp Ruto.
Ruto was in company of various leaders including Benjamin Tayari, Feisal Abdallah, Mohammed Ali, Owen Bata, Ahmed Kolosh Khatib Mwashetani among others who fully endorsed Dp Ruto as the preferred presidential candidate in the 2022 presidential race.
Joining of Mvurya is a big win to Ruto in his political quest as he is likely to mobilize many supporters to rally behind Ruto which will give him an easy win.
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