Dp Ruto's Kisii Allies Ditch Tangatanga Camp For A New Candidate
By MJcreativez | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 0 views
Deputy President William Ruto has been held a Hefty Blow after his point men in Gusii Region ditched His Tangatanga Camp and joined Quest to support interior CS Fred Matiangi for President.
They believe that all other regions have their kingpins and can Negotiate For Them on High Table. These includes; Dp Ruto For rift valley, Raila (Luo Nyanza), Uhuru Kenyatta (Mount Kenya region), Kalonzo (Ukambani), Mudavadi (Western), Joho (Coast)
MPs Joash Nyamoko (North Mugirango), shadrack Mose (Kitutu Masaba) and Vincent Kemosi (West Mugirango) have pledged their Support For interior CS. This move left confusion among their supporters because they have been Dp's vocal ally
Apart from that Kisii DG Maangi pledged to work with Matiangi in solidarity and in effort to unite Abagusii community. He has been the main organiser of Dp Ruto's events in Gusii land. It will be interesting to watch Matiangi on the ballot As He seeks to take over From President Kenyatta
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