The deputy president William Ruto today held a meeting with Western leaders ahead of his tour which is planned to take place during weekends. The deputy president William Ruto also met with some leaders in the region where they discussed various issues affecting the residents.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the leaders who met the deputy president William Ruto today in Bungoma includes the former Kakamega senator Hon Boni Khalwale, Kimilili member of parliament Hon Didmus Barasa, John Waluke, Mwambu Mabonga, Benjamin Washiali who is the member of parliament in Mumias East and Dan Wanyama. The leaders agreed to support the deputy president William Ruto in the next general election which is planned to happen on August next year.
Despite that, the deputy president William Ruto is expected to tour in two counties of Western region to popularize his presidential ambitions. It is clear that the deputy president William Ruto is looking for support in Western region which has many voters. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance so that we can overcome this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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