What Narok Residents Told Raila as Ruto Received Heroic Welcome in Mt Kenya on Sunday
By Annsasha | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 15032 views
Narok County Residents have today confirmed their unwavering support for the Building Bridges Initiative and Raila's 2022 Presidential Bid.
Through its official Twitter account handle, the ODM Party has now reported that Narok Residents agreed with Raila's view that the BBI will increase the level of living standards amongst kenyans in the informal settlement, through the creation of Jobs.
"Residents of Narok county through their leaders today assured PL @RailaOdingaof their unequivocal support for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI). Party Leader said BBI will make Kenya great saying that Narok county will benefit big from the process," ODM Party Has reported.
At the same time, DP Ruto received heroic welcome in Mt Kenya region on Sunday, where he attended a fundraiser service in Kinangop, Nyandarua county.
During his tour, Residents are reported to have agreed to support his 2022 Presidential Bid and oppose the BBI Report. He also launched several projects such as Women saccos and Boda Boda empowerment.
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