While in a political tour to the coast region, the Deputy President, William Ruto touched the hearts of many residents and students in Immaculate Ndavaya Boys School and MacKinnon Girls School in Kwale County after he gifted them with a bus each.
The buses were presented by Ruto himself to the school administrations of the two schools, a move that brought a lot of elation amongst the students, parents and the residents associated with the two schools.
Ruto had visited the coast region counties with an agenda to sell his political ambitions and agenda ahead of the 2022 general elections.
At the same time, he seems to have made an effort to shift the coast region support into his favour since it was termed as a traditional ODM voting bloc. This was evident from the just concluded elections of the Msambweni Constituency by-election where Feisal Bader who was running under the independent candidate ticket won the election, with his main support coming from the deputy president and his political camp.
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