William Ruto was touring today the coastal Kenya region where his political trip turns into a game of hunting, winning him two more leaders.
As the 2022 general election draws near and nearer, leaders especially those contesting for presidency are seeking to gain more foot soldiers to help them win votes.
William Samoei Ruto is not an exception on this since he is one of the key men many Kenyans look to have a higher stake in winning presidency seat in the 2022 polls.
Today while touring Kwale county, Coastal region, Ruto broadened his political base after receiving two key allies who will help him steer the wheel of his presidency bid.
One of the key allies received by Ruto were the former KTN and K24 news anchor Mwanaisha Chidzuga and Kwale deputy governor Fatuma Achani.
The two declared to run for the political seats in the 2022 polls with Chidzuga announcing to run for Matuga parliamentary seat while Achani to run for Kwale's gubernatorial seat on the UDA ticket.
William Ruto might possibly win more leaders from coast region, making his linked UDA party with many members, despite that it is the newest party in the arena of politics.
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