DP Ruto has always been a man on a mission doing everything it takes to grab more supporters before entering the 2022 elections. He has been campaigning both in towns and villages as the rush to save his presidential bid continues. Yesterday, DP Ruto took campaigns to Machakos county where he addressed the people.
DP Ruto was given a very warm welcoming as soon as he landed in a field that had just been specially designed for his chopper to land. Looking at the place where the chopper landed it is clear enough some people had worked on it a few hours ago. As soon as DP Ruto landed, DP Ruto was all smiles as the people broke into dances and songs.
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The residents started cheering him as his men brought his campaign vehicles closer. DP Ruto entered the car as people cheered him. Police officers went to the streets immediately and to provide security at the point where DP Ruto stopped to address Tala residents.
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