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DP Ruto In Nyandarua As Raila Heads To Nyeri, OKA Team To Bungoma

There will be a lot of political activity this weekend as various party groups go out to mobilize supporters ahead of the 2022 national elections.

Deputy President William Ruto, who is not anticipated to attend the 7th Devolution Conference, will travel through Nyandarua County on Friday to drum up support for his UDA party and hustling movement.

Raila Odinga, the leader of the ODM, will travel to Nyeri County on Friday for a two-day tour to drum up support for his Azimio la Umoja unification call.

Odinga's itinerary states that he will begin his trip to Nytoi County with a meeting at Kabiruini grounds that will bring together approximately 3,000 elders from all Mt. Kenya counties. The meeting will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Following that, the ODM leader will address about 1000 youth from six constituencies.

He'll end the day with a dinner session at the Nyeri Golf Club from 6 to 10 p.m., where he'll meet with professionals and businesspeople.

On Saturday, he will meet with Mt. Kenya delegates at Ruring'u stadium before heading to Nyeri town, Othaya, Mukurweini, and Karatina for rallies and stopovers.

At the same time, One Kenya Alliance (OKA) leaders Musalia Mudavadi and Senator Moses Wetangula will head their team on meet-the-people trips in Bungoma and Trans Nzoia counties this weekend, on Friday and Saturday.

The OKA team will stop in Kwa Dinah, Bukembe, Kanduyi, and Bungoma town on Friday before traveling to Tratravelingn Saturday.

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