On Saturday 2, Deputy President William Ruto lead his Kenya Kwanza brigades in a vote hunting mission in Senator Kithure Kindiki's County (Tharaka Nithi) ahead of the forthcoming General Elections.
It is through this context, Deputy President William Ruto took to Facebook and shared aerial photos that were captured during their stop-over at Mukothima and Marimanti area in Tharaka Nithi County. Below are the photos;
According to the photos, hundreds of Tharaka Nithi residents are seen gathered in the rally where Deputy President William Ruto together with his allies including Kithure Kindiki, Justin Muturi, Muthomi Njuki among others were; from the photos, one could clearly the turnout was immense.
Dp Ruto's campaigns in Tharaka Nithi comes at a time political pundits have been terming Dp Ruto as the most popular Presidential candidate in the rich-vote Mt Kenya; claims the Dp gained popularity immediately after UDA defeated Jubilee Party in the Kiamba By-elections.
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