Several grassroot leaders led by Nyali Constituency Member of Parliament Hon Mohammed Ali hosted DP William Ruto who is set to continue with his six days rally in the Coastal region, a stronghold of Orange Democratic Movement party.
Hon Mohammed Ali took to his Twitter where he acknowledged that people from his constituency have agreed to support the Deputy President and his ambitions.
Mohammed Ali wrote: "Kongowea Nyali. No retreat no surrender. Hustler Nation."
This sentiment attracted reactions from several Kenyans with some acknowledging their support to Deputy President William Ruto. Take a look:
Grace: " Kongowea hooooiyeee 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽tuko pamoja muhesh! Hiyo mbogi ya mahustler hatushuki kamwe."
The doc: " Someone is going home, it ain't gona be baba though."
These were the photos from the Kongowea Market rally:
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