Ruto's UDA brigade took their campaigns to Narok county for a series of political rallies at Emurua Dikir costituency as they step up support for William Ruto's presidential bid. The crew transversed the area selling their Bottom-up economic model to the residents as they urge them to support their bids. The crew was led by Patrick Ole Ntutu who is the UDA gubenatorial candidate for Narok county. He was accompanied by a host of leaders among them aspirants for County Assembly.
The crew was warmly received in jubilation by hundreds of residents who turned out to grace their rally as they accord them a heroic grand entry to the area. The team urged the residents to support William Ruto's presidential bid as they assures them that Ruto's government will create employment opportunities for them so that they can raise their living standards. They also promised to improve the health care of the region by paying medical bills for those who cannot afford through the NHIF programs.
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