Careful observation indicates that Ruto is approaching ODM Leader Raila Odinga strongholds on bare knuckles, ready to knock the former Prime Minister out of his cocoon. It sounds difficult, but truth told, Hustler's strategy makes it easy for the deputy president to delve deep into Raila's strongholds and perfectly deliver his agenda.
Mr Ruto has a team of delegates from Migori country who are attached to his affiliated party. Together, they intend to trim down Raila's support from the region leaving the political bigwigs to battle for the swing votes.
Yesterday, Mr Ruto called on politicians to stop establishing village parties and rather focus on bringing forth National parties. His declaration appeared to target Musalia Mudavadi and Raila Odinga whose parties are dominated by members from their turf.
While speaking at Jogama, Awendo, Ruto was emotionally touched after a disabled man was lifted onto his car with crutches. Upon seeing the view, Mr Ruto gave the man KES 20,000 as the gathering cheered on.
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