The Deputy president of Kenya and the believed flag barrier of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Dr William Ruto visit to the lower Eastern block, inclusive of Makueni county and Kitui County seams to bare a fruit for him.
On arrival, the DP was massive welcomed with cheers and loud welcoming songs by the Kitui residents, it was a surprise to many since the area is believed to be the Bedrock of the Former Vice President of Kenya Dr Stephen kalonzo Musyoka on the Kibaki reign.
The large crowd made the Wiper Party to shake a bit since it was believed that, the Deputy President will not have that massive support.
Speaking to Kitui residents, the Deputy President seams not to tire from analysing and interpreting the BBI to the common mwanachi on the basis that it was set to add extra government representatives on the top cream.
DP requested the residents to make a choice of either choosing to support his Bottom-up Economy Model or support the BBI bridage led by the Right Honorable Raila Ondiga.
"The Bottom-Up Economic Model, will assure that the mama mboga will have his or her share in the government budget" the DP added.
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