Today, Deputy President Willam Ruto and his United Democratic Alliance batallion piched camp at Thika Constituency in Kiambu County. The political leaders preached the Bottom-Up economic model agenda to the people and also popularized Ruto's 2022 presidential bid.
Another thing that happened at the constituency is a new leader being welcomed to the UDA fold, she is none other that Hon Alice Ng'ang'a, former Member of Parliament for Thika. She declared her interest for the parliamentary race in the same constituency.
That was not the only political rally in Kiambu County. The party leader of Tujibebe Wakenya, William Hon Kabogo also engaged with the residents of Limuru, Githunguri, Kwamaiko and Githiga where he popularized his party.
Photos courtesy: Ruto's and Kabogo's rallies in Kiambu County.
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