The deputy president William Samoei Ruto is gaining ground in many parts of the country as he received a warm reception in Kiambu County today just a day after his Mega rally in Nakuru county yesterday.
Addressing the crowd today in Kinoo, kikuyu Constituency in Kiambu County the deputy president William Samoei Ruto revealed that Raila Amollo Odinga stopped the government plans on nationwide health coverage. Ruto said that Raila's plan after the handshake was to do constitutional changes for his self benefits but not to support the government in achieving its agendas that were all in place.
Ruto made Kinoo residents happy after he said that he will stop Raila Amollo Odinga from gaining the top seat because he values the interest of the common citizens than self interest. The crowd bursted into cheers after he said that the health coverage plans will be put in place and his Government will not allow anybody to stop it including Hon. Raila who he said that will retire from politics after he will be defeated after the August polls.
Ruto seems to be a man to watch after his reception in Kinoo was excellent and the residents vowed to support him to gain the top Political seat.
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