Political temperatures have gradually continued to hit the peak as fresh details emerge on daily basis. This happens as various politicians have continued with serious campaigns in preparation for the tough journey that awaits them. DP Ruto has always been on the forefront of the few leaders running massive campaigns everywhere across the country.
This comes after today's meeting with the people of Kajiado. Speaking via his Twitter account, DP Ruto revealed the following;
"Joined MPs Phillip Mpaayei (Kajiado), George Sunkuyia (Kajiado West), Ken Aramat (Narok East), @PerisTobiko (Kajiado East), Katoo Ole Metito (Kajiado South), George Sunkuyia (Kajiado West), @HonAdenDuale (Garissa Township), @KIMANIICHUNGWAH (Kikuyu) and the people of Ngong’ in Kajiado County in welcoming former NTSA Director General Francis Ole Meja to the United Democratic Alliance," DP Ruto posted on Twitter.
This appears to have been a major meeting attended by several powerful politicians who got DP Ruto's back in everything that he does.
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