Kanu women congress leader Damaris Too has quit the party with word that she is likely to join deputy president William Ruto. In her resignation letter to the party, she stated that she was heading to pursue other personal and professional interests. “Over my years as a gold member, I have had the opportunity to meet great leaders of the party and learnt many lessons that I will truly cherish in my future pursuits as I move to the next chapter of my life,” read her letter.
“By a foot of this letter request that the office of the Registrar of Political Parties to immediately delete my name from the members’ list of Kanu Party”. She thanked the cockerel party for according her the opportunity to be part of ‘Kenya’s political history. Sources reveal that her petition to have the Registrar of Political Parties remove her name from members of Kanu is aimed at laying grounds for her to join another party as a member and run for a political seat come 2022.