Aisha Jumwa in Karen Today
Deputy President William Ruto hosted religious leaders and voters from Makueni today at his Karen home. Among the leaders present included ODM legislator from Malindi Aisha Jumwa who has in recent days been seen to back the 2022 bid of deputy president William Ruto who is seeking the top seat in the land.
Ruto who was keen at laying bare his plans for the region revealed that his plan for the region is well crafted with a keen eye at ensuring that he brings the much-needed change not only in the country but also in different parts of the nation.
The meeting was also attended by among other leaders from the Kamba community who have constantly insisted that the region will back Ruto in coming polls. So far Ruto is enjoying massive support from the region which was previously a Wiper-dominated area in past elections.
Below are images from the meeting;
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