The race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta has picked up on a very high note. One of the people who are working hard to succeed him is his deputy William Ruto. Ruto has been working tooth and nail to make sure he woes citizens.
Today, the deputy president with his allies are in Nakuru county. That where Oscar Sudi got and opportunity to ask a favour from him. That when he becomes the president, he should make sure he spares one leadership position for Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui. Sudi was sure that Susan Kihika will take over the Nakuru county leadership.
It should be remembered that currently, Kinyanjui is drumming support for ODM leader Raila Odinga. He urged residents to make sure they support Raila for the betterment of the country.
Sudi also encouraged Kenyans to be peaceful and not work on tribal lines. He said that leaders are making sure that they fo not divide them. That he does not want a repeat of post election violence.
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