Politics in this country is becoming hot every day as different politicians are now signing an agreement with their political leaders in the number of shares they will get after winning an election.
On the other hand, a target must be set for one to achieve in order to be given a certain percentage of share in their government, as is well known that Mudavadi and Wetangula must deliver about 70% of Western Kenya votes in order to get 30% of Ruto's government.
While campaigning in Nyeri County yesterday, Rigathi Gachagua who is currently the deputy presidential candidate for William Ruto, told the Nyeri residents to come in large number on August 9th general election to vote for Ruto.
While continuing with his statements, he also added that the party will only be paid as per the number of voters they will get as per results from that election. He also got the opportunity to send his application to Dp Ruto to consider him after winning the general and atleast give him and his people 50% of his government.
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