The Liberals have agreed to block ODM leader Raila Odinga from running for president in 2022. This comes as Vice President William Ruto and his party travel to the region. Trying to expand the UDA party and sell its show of the kind of economy that is going up in the 2022 presidential election.
In a video posted by the author on his YouTube channel, Aisha Jumwa has confirmed that in 2022, Vice President William Ruto will be in the State House. And Raila Odinga will be in Bondo. Aisha Jumwa said the Dp Rutos government will focus on boosting the local economy. and empower local businesses and small business owners.
"Watu Wa Nyeri sisi tunasema coast," Ruto state house. Na Huyu Jamaa Ya Kitendawili Bondo? Is it weird to go to a state house? When I say proverbs, say bondo... "Aisha Jumwa said.
In a swift response, residents of Nyeri were heard to be Kitendawili and Bondo to show their support for Vice President William Ruto.
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