The deputy president William Samoe Ruto has continued to popularise his presidential bid to replace president Uhuru Kenyatta as the next fifth president of the republic of Kenya. Today,the deputy has has made a stopover at Kajiado South constituency where he acknowledged greetings from Kimana residents.
The deputy has continued to gain game as the country draws nearer to general elections come next year August. While addressing the residents of Kimana. Ruto congratulated them for electing Uhuru Kenyatta with him to form the current government.
Despite the challenges that the Jubilee government has faced. The deputy insists that the Big four agenda that was to be implemented but the priorities were changed as a result of handshake and power sharing. Ruto has assured the residents of Kajiado that all their interest will be addressed by the next government once they elect him .The United Democratic Alliance party (UDA) seems to have echoed well with the residents of the region.
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