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Ruto Takes Mt Kenya Region By Storm Today as Another Kieleweke Governor Sends Bad News to BABA- VIDEO

That Deputy President William Ruto has begun his 2022 Presidential campaigns and he is now making inroads in President Uhuru Kenyatta's bedroom is not in doubt. This is after the Second in Command and his brigade have today visited Kirinyaga county in Mwea for church service in Full gospel, where he is expected to sell his bottom-up economic model as well as his 2022 Presidential Bid.

According to the video clip seen by this writer, the second in command has received an heroic welcome from Mwea residents who are seen shaking his hand while others are heard chanting Pro Ruto, UDA & Hustler nation slogans, even though Kirinyaga county is one of the strongholds of President Uhuru Kenyatta as far as his 2013 & 2017 Victory is concerned.Also, leaders accompanying DP William Ruto to Kirinyaga County are Ndindi Nyoro, Moses Kuria, Mbeere South MP Hon Geoffrey Kingangi, Alice Wahome as well as Erick Muchangi of Embu among many other Tangatanga leaders.

At the same time, Laikipia Governor Hon Nderitu Muriithi an ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta now becomes the latest Kieleweke diehard to send signals that Raila Odinga may suffer another blow ahead of his 2022 Presidential Bid.

This is after the Governor through the report seen by the standard has maintained that the region didn't and hasn't endorsed Raila for the Presidential race. Instead, Murithi argues that it is high time Kenyans must learn to differentiate between fake news and actual news.

"As a region, we are convinced that we have to talk to all contenders and then we can make up our mind based on their understanding of who were are. We are keeping our options open. What we are opposed to is that there is only one candidate that we can consider," Muriithi Said.


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