DP Ruto Takes Kilifi By Storm In The Company Of 126 Members of Parliament
By Miltonkhazi | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 12537 views
The political temperatures in the country have already began to heat up ahead of the 2022 general elections. Today, Deputy President William Ruto is in Kilifi County where he has specifically gone to lure the locals to support his presidential ambitions come next year.
As was expected,many members of parliament allied to Tangatanga and his Hustler Nation move gave him company in his tour,with the number said to be 126 in total. The most notable ones include Malindi Town member of parliament Hon Aisha Jumwa and Khatib Mwashetani of Msambweni.
While addressing the residents in Kiwandani, Kilifi North,the Deputy President urged leaders to be united and engage constructively to deliver solutions to ordinary Kenyans' challenges as well as economically empowering them.
With his tour to the Coastal region expected to continue in the later parts of the day and even tomorrow, the second in command is due to open many developmental projects in the region before he ends his journey.
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