The deputy president William Ruto has now launched his new venture location in a bid where many people believe that the deputy president is eagerly targeting his support ahead of the 2022 general elections. As the ODM leader Raila Odinga affirms his support at the coast, the deputy president has been left with tough competition in trying to get votes and loyalty from other regions in the country.
According to the standard, the deputy president will now hold serious talks with both leaders and professionals from the lower East. This is an aim of him building and forming the ground of his national economic charter. These talks will benefit both the members of the East and the deputy president William Ruto in his ambitions for the presidency come 2022 general elections.
The talks have also been claimed to be undertaken for one month have now been specified as county engagement consultations. These talks will specifically run in three counties, Kitui, Makueni and Machakos counties.
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