Few weeks ago Kithuri Kindiki hasn't been seen during deputy president William Ruto campaigns. This is after Ruto decided to choose Rigathi Gachagua as his running mate due to various reasons thus living his close ally Kithuri Kindiki. Since this incident happened Kindiki has not been seen in public campaigning for William Ruto.
Today Tharaka Nithi Senator, Kithuri Kindiki is back like he never left since during his speech at Kilifi County he was cheered by thousand residents who had attended Ruto's rally. Furthermore, Kindiki addressed the crowd thus assuring them that he is behind William Ruto and he will support him until the end. He also confirmed that he has not ditched UDA party he is still a member and he will be available during all events of the party.
This is good news to Kenya Kwanza supporters for seeing Kithuri Kindiki back on William Ruto presidential campaigning. Do you think Kithuri Kindiki come back to support William Ruto will boost morale among Kenya Kwanza coalition leaders?. Below is a YouTube link video with full evidence.
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