Deputy President William Ruto today Monday, November 29 was in Nairobi county with his team for their campaigns. His tour comes just a day after former prime minister Raila Odinga toured the area. Ruto had the privilege of addressing the people and today he had a special message to other political parties.
Ruto advised them to join forces and form one party and then choose one person to bear the flag. According to DP Ruto, having many small parties in the country has led to division along tribal lines, the extreme opposite of the unity they claim they are trying to promote.
Ruto's advice comes after leaders from the Mt Kenya region said they were not going to disband their parties and join another foreign party. The UDA membera further said that no one was going to plan anything for them since they are already planned in the Hustler nation. "Hatupangwingwi," they said.
Watch as the leaders gave their speech while in Nairobi below;
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