Political leaders across the country are holding mega political rallies despite government restrictions due to COVID-19 pandemic transmission. Today deputy president William Ruto arrived in Migori county for a series of political meetings in the county.
The deputy president was warmly welcomed by leaders from the county led by Migori governor Okoth Obado and UDA regional coordinator Eliud Owalo. The deputy president met UDA delegates and aspirants from Migori county for a consultative meeting. He thanked them for their work of popularizing UDA party in the region.
After the meeting with UDA delegates and aspirants, the deputy president stormed in Awendo town for a political rally. Thousands of Migori residents flocked in the town to warmly welcome deputy president William Ruto and his delegation.
The deputy president popularized his new bottom-up economic model and his UDA party. He urged residents to fully support his economic manifesto. He was accompanied by Migori governor Okoth Obado and other UDA leaders from the region.
The deputy president is expected to attend a church service at Awendo SDA church. He will also address several rallies in the county.
This rally was aired live on GK Malema official Facebook page. Below is the link of the video.
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