Deputy president William Ruto. Photo courtesy.
Deputy president William Ruto is currently in Kakamega county, where he is expected to tour the region for two days. He started his tour at Khayega market where he addressed his supporters on bottom up economy. Well, during the rally, the second in command who was recieved by former senator Dr Khalwale gave one of his ally an opportunity to address people. However, things went South the moment area Member of county assembly took the microphone. Angry residents were seen heckling him demanding that he stop talking and handover the microphone. Ruto quickly took the microphone from him and continued with his speech at the venue.
The second in command is scheduled to address residents at Shianda market while on his way to Mumias town. Tomorrow, he will make a stopover at Harambee market, Matungu constituency. Some of the leaders who accompanied him today are; Nyali member of Parliament Hounerable Ali, Mumias East legislator Benjamin Washiali, Dr. Boni Khalwale, among others.
Ruto is working hard to win over the Region which has Supported Odinga for many years. He is banking on his Allie's who have been touring the region pleading with people to support his bid. On the other hand, Orange democratic party leader continued with his Mount Kenya region tour yesterday, within Kiambu county. He made some donations worth million of shillings. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
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