The deputy president William Ruto's team today proudly welcomed Bomet senator Dr Christopher Langat who shelved his ambitions to support Hon Hilary Sigei. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Bomet senator who lost in nominations will now support the deputy president William Ruto's presidential ambitions in the next general election.
Despite that, Dr Christopher Langat have also been given another job in Kenya kwanza team where he will be leading in the presidential campaign. This has come just a day after the united Democratic Alliance party vice chairman Hon Kipruto Kirwa resigned from his position and joined Raila Odinga. Hon Kipruto joined the Azimio La Umoja team during a rally which was held in Sirisia Bungoma county.
It is now a huge boost to the deputy president William Ruto after the Bomet senator agreed to support his competitor and also work with the deputy president William Ruto. Despite that, let us elect leaders who will bring change in our country after winning their seats. Remember to maintain peace among each other during this time of campaign.
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