Deputy president William Ruto has been seen recently moving to different parts of the country and mostly honourable Raila Odinga strong hold areas. We have heard different manifestations from both parties on how they will help the people of Kenya.
Today, Deputy President William Ruto is in Honorable Raila Odinga backyard trying to look for votes. He has landed today morning in Migori to continue with his series of rallies in the region. He was welcomed by some of his allies in the area and he spoke to the St. Angela girls students and later on headed to Isibania Catholic church. He is expected to speak with people after the Sunday service.
Deputy president William Ruto and his allies have their bottom up economy agenda and they are trying to make Kenyans well aware of their agendas. While Raila Odinga is promising to liberate Kenyans from economic crisis, industrialize Kenya within a short period of time and transform Kenya to a better Country. The journey is though but let's wait August 9th will tell it all.
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