Just a day after Azimio La Umoja - One Kenya running mate Martha Karua held a rally in Nakuru county, the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto who is Kenya Kwanza Alliance flag bearer toured the city. While addressing the crowd, one of his follower lifted a banner with some caption.
According to a post that the DP shared on his Facebook account, it had the writing, "William Ruto - Prezzo, Susan Kihika - Governor, Tabitha Karanja - Senator, Liz Chelule - women rep, Jayne Kihara - MP, Jayne Gituku - MCA". Concluded by writing, "Mpango ni UDA".
The powerful message got the attention of the DP afterwhich the DP took to his Facebook account to appreciate the locals for their support. Many Netizens reacted to the female dominance in the post with others claiming that UDA is demonstrating how they will elavate women representation in leadership. https://www.facebook.com/100044138484360/posts/583203189827625/?app=fbl
Here are some of their comments in the post.
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