Songs of UDA filled the air as Ruto's running mate leads Kenya Kwanza campaigns in Runyenjes town Embu county.The leader has shown his restlessness this week as he camps in Mt Kenya region to ensure Ruto's votes from the region were solidified.
Mathira Mp who is currently Ruto's running mate was accompanied by Embu gubernatorial aspirant Cecil Mbarire and other political bigwigs of Kenya Kwanza.
Speaking at the Mt Kenya region,Rigathi has urged Runyenjes residents to vote for Ruto and Kenya Kwanza leaders to form the next government.Rigathi has recently shown his political strength by the way he has been recently pulling a massive crowd during his campaign in absence of dp Ruto.
Rigathi has also promised that they will ensure that the police does not frustrate them as they do their own businesses by increasing their salary.Rigathi has also urged the residents of Runyenjes to vote for UDA aspirants in the county as it would make it would boost Ruto's presidency.
Below are the photos of the crowd who attended Rigathi's campaign.
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