ODM allies in the coastal region have join hands against Ruto's tour in their backyard as they allege a repeat of what happened in the 2017 general election.
Deputy President William Ruto was accompanied by Nyali Member of Parliament Mohammed Ali in his inroads for the 2022 election. He supported Nyali Riders Sacco and further led the empowerment of small scale traders at Kongowea market in Mvita Constituency.
Ruto is organizing his troops inorder to gather more votes in 2022 election. He is currently rallying coast region inorder to get more support. In 2017 Raila gathered more votes compared to Uhuru Kenyatta.
This comes one day after he toured Ukunda, Msambweni Constituency in Kwale County. He rallied behind the county Deputy Governor Fatuma Achani.
Kwale MP Zuleikha Hassan have alleged that Ruto's coast tours won't change their mind revealing that they will support Raila in 2022. He further urged the residents to join hands together to deliver their votes to ODM leader informing that his agendas are realistic and understood by local citizens.
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