The deputy president William Ruto stole the show today during the Mashujaa day celebrations after being welcomed heavily by the congregants than any other leader. It was clear even looking closely that the people wanted to hear from him as opposed to other leaders.
The deputy president William Ruto received massive support from the people who showed from their hearts of their love. The fact of the matter is that the deputy president William Ruto has been traversing across all counties in Mt Kenya and closely interacting with the people.
Today Mashujaa day event just confirmed clearly that the deputy president William Ruto is the king of the region. Looking closely Ruto received more ululations more that Uhuru and Raila Odinga combined.
It's clear, William Ruto seemingly has the support of the Mt Kenya region despite Raila Odinga perceived inroads. The fact of the matter is that it might be difficult to stop William Ruto given the massive support of the people that he enjoys across all corners of the country really showing good progress.
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