Former Kiambu Governor, who is also the Tujibebe Party's Leader has invaded the Deputy President William Ruto's strong_holds by opening his new party offices. According to a post shared by the former Kiambu Governor on his Twitter handle on Wednesday evening, he spent his day at Uasin Gishu County, William Ruto's home County where he opened his Tujibebe Party's branch Offices.
The former Kiambu County Chief has been Vocal and condemning leaders advocating for people calling on kenyans to Join one Political Party. However, with Mt Kenya region not having a presidential candidate in the next general elections, the former has asserted that Kenyans need to have many choices to choose from. The former Kiambu Governor has also declared his interest for the top seat though it has been dismissed by close allies of the Deputy President William Ruto on the ground that these small parties sprouting are just there to spoil votes for the Deputy President William Ruto.
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