The deputy president Dr.William Samoei Ruto was earlier today in Machakos county in his tours amid the 2022 political organization in his bid towards succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta as the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya come 2022 general elections.
Upon landing on Machakos town,Ruto tuned in style as he switched into Kamba tunes despite his struggles from his motherlanguqe which left the residents in laughter and cherishes amid applauses and many in the question of likelihood that Ruto could actually be the political Kingpin of Politics.
Ruto used that opportunity to embrace the hustler Nation Slogan famously "The Bottom Up Model" which he said together with the Big four agenda that he vowed to implement in 2013 with President Uhuru Kenyatta,he would actually fulfill it if elected to the Presidential throne come 2022.
Ruto's tour today in Machakos county could lead us into the interesting question that "will Ruto achieve the 50+1 votes come 2022? " Let's meet at the comment section drop your opinions, thank you for reading our article share and remember to follow up for more updates.
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