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Deputy President William Ruto welcomes Kiambu gospel singer to UDA

by Amos Khaemba

Deputy President Wiliam Ruto’s party seems to be the party of the moments for candidates seeking elective positions ahead of the August elections with popular Kiambu gospel singer being the latest to officially join the party.

Loise Kim joined United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party barely days after popular Kameme presenter Njogu Wa Njoroge joined.

William Ruto officially received the popular musician at his official residence in Karen on Monday, January, 24.

While welcoming her to the hustler party, DP Ruto said he was very proud to welcome the award-winning gospel singerr, Loise Kim, into the party.

“Proud to welcome award-winning gospel musician Loise Kim to the hustler nation. She is an aspirant for the Kiambu Women’s Representative position,” Ruto said.

The musician has joined the Ruto party to vie for the Kiambu County women representative position in the forthcoming August 9, General Election.

Loise will battel out for the UDA ticket in a competitive nomination process where she will face off with the incumbent Gathoni Wamchambo among others.


Women leaders of the party took to social media to welcome the musician, telling her that she has made the right choice to join the UDA party.

DP Ruto’s party has been receiving popular media personalities who intend to vie for various elective seats in the August 9 elections.

It is true that William Ruto’s party has gained tremendous support and huge party membership ahead of the upcoming election.

“It is fulfilling to see more people including our friends in the media take their rightful position to be part of the conversation,” Ruto said while welcoming Njogu Wa Njoroge.

Popular Churchill show comedian MC Jessy joined the hustler party with an eye on the Igembe North parliamentary seat.

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