For many years the coastal town of Mombasa has been under the firm grip of the current governor who enjoys massive support from all corners of the county. However, it seems William Ruto is seeking to overturn this narrative by going after those who are closely associated with the second-term Governor.
An extract from Today's Daily Nation
According to his closest ally from Nyali, Ruto has reached out to some of Joho’s strongest supporters including members of County Assemblies who have openly shown interest in working with the second in command towards his bid for 2022. The majority of the said leaders have been seen in public arenas accompanying Deputy President William Ruto.
According to the vocal legislator, ODM dominance in the region died a long time ago and it was time for the region to formulate a solo plan that will see its benefit in the coming administration do you think Ruto Will reap big going by the statement of Nyali Member of Parliament? Comment below.
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