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Ole Ntimama stadium in Narok county painted yellow ahead of Ruto and Kenya Kwanza leaders arrival

Narok governor Samuel Ole Tunai will today officially launch his senatorial bid at Ole Ntimama stadium in the county. Governor Ole Tunai is serving his last term in office.

Deputy president William Ruto and Kenya Kwanza Alliance principals will attend the senatorial launch of governor Ole Tunai. UDA party leaders and nominees from the county are also expected.

Hundreds of Narok county residents have already arrived in the stadium waiting for Kenya Kwanza principals arrival led by deputy president William Ruto. The residents are dressed on yellow UDA party caps and T-shirts painting the entire stadium yellow colour.

" Narok residents at Ole Ntimama stadium where deputy president William Ruto and other Kenya Kwanza Alliance leaders are expected" wrote Nation media on its official Facebook page.

Deputy president William Ruto is currently in Nyandarua county. He is accompanied by Machakos governor Alfred Mutua, Kilifi governor Amason Kingi, national assembly speaker Justin Muturi and Chama Cha Kazi party leader Moses Kuria.

Ruto's tour in the county comes a week after Azimio presidential flag bearer tour in the county. Raila Odinga camped in the county for two days before terminating his tour at Ole Ntimama stadium where he addressed a mega rally.

Narok Azimio and Kenya Kwanza teams are competing hard to outshine each other. Narok Azimio camp is led by legislator Ole Kenta and senator Ledama Olekina while Kenya Kwanza team is led by Patrick Ntutu, Soipan Tuyo and governor Ole Tunai.

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