Deputy President William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza group have had a difficult time campaigning across the country in recent months.The Deputy President is one of the leading candidates in the race, which also includes ODM leader Raila Odinga, who ran under the Azimio banner.
The Deputy President has recently kept a low profile while waiting for the IEBC team to release the election results. After days of silence, the Deputy President was photographed meeting with Mombasa gubernatorial candidate Hassan Sarai Omar at his Karen home.
The Deputy President can be seen sitting near two landline phones. He was also using his smartphone, which has surprised many Kenyans. What is going on has a big smile for supporters as Kenyans spoke. Maybe he will lead this country. Voting is continuing.
Kenyans are divided over a photo of Ruto that has gone viral for the first time since the election began, which has come as a surprise to many. What is your concern about this message? Let us know in the comments section. We are the best platform in the country.
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