The Deputy president William Ruto is on his run in making his way towards the 2022 general elections. He has moved to various areas to mobilize people so that they can support him in the coming elections.
Kikuyu Member of Parliament Kimani Ichungwa, has joined his fellow colleagues from Mount Kenya region in airing out his view towards DP Ruto's presidential concern. He tweeted that, "we want a candid engagement with the candidate on measures to create jobs for our people. We believed the deputy president William Ruto will democratically lead the country, and our discussions will be far from elective position and power." as quoted.
The deputy president will be having a meeting with Mount Kenya leaders over the weekend. They have accepted to support him so long as he works hand in hand with President Uhuru Kenyatta. Quite a good number of them have said that they will attend the meeting and they ought to give him support.
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