Sankok who is among the Jubilee MPs supporting Ruto's presidential interests argued that his camp and the UDA party have a national outlook, and has elected leaders from different regions across the country, contrary to his competitors.
The lawmaker while speaking in Karen during Ruto's meeting with a section of grassroot leaders from Murang'a County further termed Ruto as a man of his words recounting his past slogan of 'Kusema Na Kutenda.'
"Deputy President William Ruto is a person who keeps his promises. The mighty and powerful politicians have united to compete with him because he is standing with all the hustlers and the common citizen. He is a person you will find with leaders from every corner of this country," said Sankok.
He referred to the Second in Command has a 'strong bull - Ndume' who has managed to flex the political muscles of his rivals, expressing confidence that Ruto will become the fifth president.
He criticized Raila Odinga for giving all party positions to allies from his region and not considering other areas.
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