Deputy President William Ruto is expected to hit the ground running after taking a strategic break from the heightened political activities with all set for a series of activities in the bid to popularize the Kenya Kwanza coalition "Bottom-Up and Uchumi Kwanza" slogan.
The second in command together with ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula have been busy visiting different parts of the country since the earthquake that shook the political landscape.
And after six days tour of the vote-rich Mt Kenya region where the Kenya Kwanza camp adopted a strategic approach to the normal campaign activities by meeting people at the local level, the team is set to continue its charm offensive in the Eastern part of the Country.
According to UDA party chairman Johnson Muthama, Deputy President William together with his brigade are set to tour different areas in the Ukambani region starting from Kibwezi before ending the day in Mlolongo.
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