Today, deputy president William Ruto led his Kenya Kwanza team to campaign in Meru county. They were hosted by the gubernatorial aspirant Mithika Linturi. They took the opportunity to refute claims that they said that they will investigate president Uhuru Kenyatta if they win elections. They said that they will be taking good care of him as he will be resting.
They had to extend their campaigns until at night especially in Igembe South constituency. Thereafter, Igembe South constituency member of parliament honourable John Paul Mwirigi took to Facebook to speak about it. He wrote;
"No love lost. The people of Igembe South have unanimously reaffirmed their support for the Kenya Kwanza government. On behalf of H.E the Deputy President William Ruto let me thank you all for the love you've shown to DP Ruto and to all other leaders that were present. May God continue blessing you all."
He was very glad the way people turned up to meet them. Mwirigi will be seeking his second term after winning in the last elections. He made headlines during last elections when he campaigned humbly. He didn't have heavy vehicles like other aspirants. It took president Uhuru's intervention to help him but a car.
However, this time round, he is not in Jubilee party but deputy president William Ruto's UDA party. Today, while in church, he said that the president should not blame Ruto on his failures because he sidelined him. That the president should blame himself and those he chose to work with. That Ruto tried as much as possible to help the president but he later saw that he is not important. He asked residents to trust Ruto with their votes.
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