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MP Ndindi Nyoro Reveals The Number of Grassroot Leaders DP Ruto Has Unleashed in Kalonzo's Backyard

It is now clear that the country is bracing up for 2022 general elections with campaigns in top gear. Many aspirants have officially started hitting the road and transversing different parts of the country popularizing themselves to Kenyan voters.

On the other hand, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has declared that the voter registration exercise will end earlier next month hence political leaders are mobilizing new voters to register from their backyards to beef up their numbers come 2022.

On Monday the Deputy President Dr. William Ruto invaded Kalonzo Musyoka's backyard in his mission to seek support. The second in command was accompanied by some of his allies in the Ukambani region as he seek to outsmart his rival.

Taking to his Twitter account, Ruto ally Ndindi Nyoro revealed that UDA has more than 1000 grassroots leaders in Makueni County. He said on Monday the Deputy President engaged all those leaders in a bid to cement UDA penetration in Makueni County.

"We were in Makueni County today with H.E William Ruto. We started at 8.30 am with over 1,000 UDA grassroots leaders from Kibwezi. Later addressed residents at Mtito Andei, Kambu, Machinery, Kinyambu, Kibwezi, Kiundwani, and Makindu. We are African and Africa is our Business" He tweeted.

DP Ruto in the tour drummed support for his bottom-up economic model asking residents to back his 2022 presidential bid. He also promised to create more employment opportunities for the youths if elected as the 5th President.

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H.E William Kalonzo Makueni County Ndindi Nyoro William Ruto


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