Deputy President William Ruto has today shock many with his unexpected mega political rally in Raila's political bedrock, Nyanza Region.
With the support of ODM party Governor Okoth Obado, the DP has today attracted a large number of local Migori County residents in his rally.
This is after having attended a church service at Awendo Central Seventh Day Adventist Church in Migori.
Just immediately after the service where he was accompanied by Governor Obado of Migori, the DP stormed Awendo town, Uriri, and Rapogi Center where the locals have given him an almost unexpected warm welcoming of its kind.
Some have even come out with big printed banners, branding DP Ruto as the fifth president of the Republic of Kenya as they welcome him for more visits in the county.
Just as you can see in the banner carried by some of the locals in Migori, it has some writings calling DP Ruto the fifth while welcoming him at the Rongo constituency. "Karibu Rongo The 5TH," the banner indicates.
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