As 2022 is nearing, presidential aspirants are doing whatever they can to ensure they are making as the fifth president of Kenya.
Among the those aspirants who have declared the interest of the presidency is the deputy president Dr William Ruto. Ruto is of recent been seeing touring different parts of Kenya championing his slogan known as "Bottom-up economy" which tends to be welcomed by his Tangatanga followers while those from team Kieleweke is highly condemning it.
Today Ruto held a meeting with Gusii leaders at his Karen home, to discuss on 2022 matters and now it looks like the Gusii people might work with the president after so many years Raila has been dominating the region.
Here are some of the photos shared by deputy president on his Facebook page account.
The meeting brought some reactions among netizens some of those who seem to be Ruto's staunch followers, believes that with Ruto's move they have got numbers and they are comfortable.
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