Deputy president William Ruto's Chants have rented the air in Uhuru's stronghold Meru County. This happens as he tours Igembe South Meru County. Where he's selling his bottom up economy model manifestos and his 2022 presidential bid. Thousands of the area residents thronged this rally and pledged to support Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition. Several politicians including grassroot leaders graced the event.
Speaking in the political rally, Deputy president William Ruto claims that it is indeed sad that some powerful leaders are continuing tormenting and harassing the common citizens, such as the bodaboda guys . Leaving them unemployed to continue languishing in poverty. Dp Ruto has promised that his government will focus on empowering the common citizens. And make sure that they have money in their pockets.
In Response to his speech, the excited residents cheered him as Ruto chants rented in the air. They are heard saying that they don't Raila Odinga. Their votes belong to Deputy president William Ruto. Meru has been Uhuru's Stronghold but things have changed.
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