As 2022 general elections get closer, politicians especially the presidential hopefuls have been making inroads in several parts of the country in order to popularize their bids.
The deputy president William Ruto being one of the top candidates eyeing to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta has also been making several tours across the country.
Last weekend, he visited western region where engaged people from the counties like Kakamega and explained to them what he intends to do if elected president in 2022 under his bottom-up economic approach.
Former Kibra parliamentary aspirant Eliud Owalo, who is also one of the to allies of the deputy president William Ruto from Nyanza has revealed the deputy president is expected to tour Nyanza region, the backyard of the former prime minister Raila Odinga on Saturday 25th September 2021.
Through his social media platforms, Eliud Owalo further noted that the deputy president will tour Migori county specifically Awendo constituency where he will have the opportunity to engage the people on what he has for them in 2022.
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