The deputy president William Ruto is set to hold what has been termed as specific engagement consultations which are expected to run for one month. These talks are expected to be held will culminate in the draft economic blueprint for Kitui, Makueni and Machakos counties. This sets to build up ground for the deputy president as the highly anticipated 2022 general elections near with time.
The deputy president is also set to hold talks with leaders and professionals of lower Eastern. This will form part of his national economic charter. This is a move seen as a target by the deputy president in gathering and claiming support from the lower Eastern, Kitui, Makueni and Machakos counties even as the highly anticipated general elections of 2022 get nearer.
Earlier on, Raila Odinga affirmed the unwavering support from the coast where five governors declared that they were ready to support him in the upcoming presidential elections that have become highly anticipated in the country.
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