The Deputy President, Dr. William Ruto has continued with his usual countrywide visits as he seeks to popularize himself to the electorate. The Country's Second in Command latest visit has occurred in Kajiado County where he met Ukambani leaders.
@WilliamsRuto Addressed wananchi and small-scale traders at the Kimana Trading Centre in Kajiado County in the company of the Kajiado South MP Katoo Ole Metito, Turkana Governor @GovernorNanok, former Machakos Senator @nduyamuthama among other leaders. https://t.co/z3YusZaGha
Large group of locals welcomed the Deputy President who seems to enjoy a huge following in the country. His visit to Kajiado County occurs few days after ODM Party leader, Raila Odinga visited the region.
DP Ruto is determined to win hearts of Ukambani voters who voted overwhelmingly for NASA Coalition during the past concluded two elections. His recent meeting with the Ukambani leaders is a clear indication of his determination to win majority of votes from the region perceived as Kalonzo's stronghold.
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