Over time, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Samoe Ruto have been adding some new members to his hustler team through the UDA party which is reported to be growing at a very fast rate. Most of those leaders who are defecting to Dp Ruto's UDA party are coming from the handshake team.
Now, today, Dp Ruto and his hustler team have something to smile of. This came in after Raila Odinga's longtime ally in ODM party changed his tune to join UDA party. This leader is none other than hon Charles Nyachae, a reknown Abagusii leader.
Mr Nyachae joined Dp Ruto's team during a rally in the Kisii county where he declared his membership to UDA party and more importantly his support to Dp Ruto on his presidential ambitions. This move by hon Charles Nyachae is a win to Dr William Ruto as he is known to be a very influential leader from the Abagusii community a d he can help him to get a good number of votes from the region come 2022.
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