The ODM governor Joshua Nanok has shown his intentions to support DP Ruto today in Laikipia county as he said he will continue supporting ruto for the 2022 bid the ODM party has counted a loss as one of them has gone to support Ruto.
The governor has shown interest as he told Kenyan that as ruto goes around campaigning he will follow him helping him to campaign since he can see ruto has good plan for kenyans, as the ODM party leader he has done unexpected supporting UDA leader.
"Dear Excellency, we want to assure you of our unwavering support. We don't care what will happen because you are aware of what is happening in Kajiando (MP's Husband protested Ruto's Presence in his Farm) , maybe am the next victim but am ready. Nimejipanga," Nanok Says.
However, DP Ruto's arrival at Nyahururu Primary School was not as normal as was expected as his Security detail was faced with a very rough time in controlling several residents, mostly women, whose missions to meet the second in command is not yet known.
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