The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party leader and second command Deputy President William Ruto will be ending his weekend by touring Kirinyaga county tomorrow Sunday to hunt votes that might enable him to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta. However, this will not be his first time to be in Governor Anne Waiguru's backyard.
Deputy President William Ruto is expected to attend Sunday worship service at Kianyaga ACK church before embarking on stop over campaigns in major towns in the county.
The Kirinyaga county Governor Anne Waiguru and Kirinyaga Woman Representative Purity Ngirici are expected to host their boss, Deputy President William Ruto. As we speak now, the two have already published posters welcoming DP Ruto in the region.
However, Deputy President William Ruto's trip to Kirinyaga county comes in amid when the two heads of Kirinyaga ( Anne Waiguru and Purity Ngirici) are having political rivals as the two are eying the gubernatorial seat using UDA ticket.
Whom do you think should host Deputy President William Ruto?
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