The deputy president William Ruto is expected to land in Nyeri county where he will be meeting with some leaders in the region. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto will be accampanied by several leaders who supports him.
The deputy president William Ruto is also expected to address the residents in Nyeri county. The deputy president William Ruto's tour in Nyeri has come after the former prime minister Raila Odinga held a rally in the same county. It is now clear that leaders in the country are looking for support from Mount Kenya region. The region is said to have more voters which attracts many leaders who wants top seat in the next general election which is planned to happen on August next year.
All kenyans are urged to be keen while electing leaders in the next general election so that their lives can be changed. Remember to follow the guidelines given by the ministry of health to avoid the spread of covid-19 cases. Wear mask and maintain social distance in every place.
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