After successful touring Kajiado county yesterday, Deputy president William Ruto is leading Kenya Kwanza team in Narok county. This comes a day after Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina said when Raila was unveiling his running mate that Narok will back Raila's presidency.
Ruto is accompanied by Amani National Congress (ANC) boss Musalia Mudavadi, Ford-Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula among other influential politicians from local and national level. They have attracted a huge crowd who accorded them a warm reception despite Narok been perceived as Raila's stronghold where he enjoys massive support.
The second-in-command was received as a king when chants filled the air "Ruto! Ruto! Ruto!". With now, few months into the much awaited general election, the race for the top seat is tightening up with the race between former premier Raila Odinga and deputy president William Ruto. William Ruto has started to gain in-roads in Raila's stronghold hence Raila needs to re strategize if he wants to secure the precious seat.
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