Today, deputy president William Ruto and a section of his allies had various functions. Amongst them is a delegate meeting at Susan Kihika's home. There, he met with small traders and drummed his support for the bottom up approach.
However, his ally Kiharu member of parliament honourable Ndindi Nyoro was not able to attend the meeting at Susan Kihika's home. This because earlier today, with stakeholders of the Boda Boda Sector from Murarandia and Mugoiri Wards. He was meeting and discussed several matters regarding their welfare and development. Key among them being empowerment, the state of our roads and others.
Looks like Nyoro had a busy day. This is because in the morning, he accompanied H.E Deputy President William Ruto for the launch of Spirit TV at Kabati, Murang'a County under the invitation of Bishop John. The launch was a great Breakfast Prayer fellowship.
As a politician, a weekend is a very busy day where most of them are invited for different events. Having a tight schedule today, Nyoro could only attend a few meeting. Accompanying DP Ruto at Kihika's place was Oscar Sudi, Kimani Ichung'wah among others.
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