Sunday was a very busy day for Deputy President William Samoei Ruto and members of his United Democratic Alliance batalion.This was because the leaders spent a better part of yesterday interacting with the people of Mount Kenya region.
They first attended a church service in Kieni Constituency, Nyeri County and the reception was chaotic in the true sense of the word.After the service was over, the team started engaging with the people of various counties of Mt Kenya area as they were heading to Nairobi.
The final stopover was at Githurai area in Kiambu County.A very huge crowd received the politicians.Remember, this is against the Ministry of Health Covid-19 protocols as the virus easily spreads in gatherings.Despite of that, the leaders continued to push their agenda to the locals.
Vocal Jubilee MP from Rift Valley region, Cherengany Constituency to be precise Hon Joshua Kutuny took to his Facebook page reacted to the Githurai's political gathering."God protect your people from Covid-19!" He wrote.Photo Courtesy.
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