The political season is seemimgly on in Kenya as preparations for the 2022 general election continue to gain momentum.
Leaders eyeing elective seats in the upcoming 2022 general election are continuing to mobilize masses to support their bids for the seats come the elections.
Deputy President William Ruto is seemimgly one of the leading contenders in the 2022 race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta as he will be retiring after two terms as the Commander in Chief of the defence forces.
The Second in Command has been making numerous visits to various parts of the country to popularize his bid ahead of the election year.
The 2022 Presidential hopeful on Saturday 18th September 2021, joined Faithful for a church service at African Church of the Holy Spirit Dumbeni, Malava, Kakamega County.
The move by DP Ruto has triggered a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have stormed the internet to pen various thoughts including;
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