For the past few days the deputy president William Ruto has been touring his home counties in the Rift valley.
As expected, many in the region came out in big numbers to show him love.
Ruto has been urging locals to embrace the bottom up economic model as he requests all to vote for him come 2022.
However, there was drama after the deputy president William Ruto called out Nandi governor Sang to address a crowd in his county.
In anger many started walking away as thousands shouted him down forcing the deputy president William Ruto to intervene.
Sang has been in office for a single term with all signs now showing that he might be going home come next election.
Dp Ruto was recently accused of running early campaigns, however he rubbished all those claims saying he was just doing his duties as the deputy president.
The race to 2022 is currently hitting up with Dp Ruto and his close rival Former prime Minister Raila Odinga seen as the two best candidates for the country's top seat.
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