Deputy president William Ruto will be landing today in Kisii to grace an event where he'll be donating school buses. This comes a day after the second in command held a productive engagement with Kajiado west Mp Moses Ole Sunkuiya with some other leaders and elders from Kajiado.
Well according to Sources, they have Alleged that Ruto will be in Kisii by 10am where he'll go to Nyakembene secondary school then later proceed to bogichoncho secondary school at 11am.
Ruto has been going around the country selling his husler narrative which most kenyans are buying. Given that his bottom up model will change the lives of people starting from the bottom, he seems to gain more popularity.
Currently his rival Raila Odinga cannot beat him on his own, nobody in the current political set up can face dp in 2022 unless they combine. The agenda country wide is husler and come 2022, the competition will be competition between coalition of leaders and coalition of people.
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