“We want to assure you with all my competitors here that your legacy" This was Deputy President William Ruto's message to Kenyans and President Uhuru Kenyatta. Deputy President William Ruto also brushed on Bottom Up economic model saying that it is what will take Kenya far, forcing Kirinyaga County Governor Anne Waiguru and President Uhuru Kenyatta to make some gestures.
At this stage, the crowd bursts to cheers and Deputy President William Ruto took the microphone to great them. Surprised by the huge greetings from his supporters, Ruto did not cut them short but continued to greet them in Kikuyu making the crowd to go wild.
Ruto called for Political tolerance among Political leaders adding that Uhuru's legacy won't be shaded off easily due to his massive track records.
Talking during the event, Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader narrated how he picked The fourth president of Kenya Mwai Kibaki surprising Kenyans.
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