Nyeri Township member of Parliament Hon Ngujiri Wambugu who is also a close ally of Uhuru-Raila has revealed why huge crowd turned out to receive the second in command while in Nyeri during his rally.
"If you check carefully you will note how the crowd is made up of people primarily of UDA refrectors. Ruto came into Nyeri Town with over 2,000 boda boda riders who then turned into the huge crowd he later addressed on the streets inside Nyeri Town," Wambugu posted.
However, he thanked the second in command for the huge amount of money he gave out to various groups of people in the region in boosting their hustles, Ruto had circulated over 7m in his three days tour in Nyeri to Boda boda riders, Mama mboga and other small business enterprises in boosting their hustles.
Ruto's tour in Nyeri bore good fruits as Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga and Tetu member of Parliament Hon Gichuhi Mwangi agreed to support his presidential quest going forward in ensuring he defeats his top competitor Raila Odinga.
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