President Uhuru (photo courtesy)
The President and the Deputy President barely read from the same page since the handshake took place.The president is only left with a few months to establish his legacy before his final term elapses. The president is on his run to cement his legacy.
The president has planned a tour to Ruto's turf in order to cement his legacy. Even though this is the plan, the senator of Elgeyo Marakwet Kipchumba Murkomen has revealed that the people of rift valley region have got many questions for the president concerning governance and the projects.
He has also reminded that the people of Rift Valley region have voted for Uhuru four times under the leadership of the deputy president William Ruto. He has alleged that he can't wait for the president's visit since they shall be there under the leadership of William Samoei Ruto who led them to the president.As the president plans his visit to the right valley region, many awaits him.
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