Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 Presidential bid is getting a huge boost as several leaders from different regions across the country have pledged their support to him.
According to the Star news reports, Deputy President William Ruto received a major boost as more UDA offices are set to be opened in Nyanza, the political stronghold of Orange Democratic Movement party.
The Kisumu UDA team led by chairman John Odenyo begun the exercise officially as they pledged to open more offices in the seven sub counties to get more supporters.
Mr John stated: "We are going to move around the wards and constituencies to entrenched the DP’s support at the grassroots.
Luo Nyanza requires a new political leadership that is on top of the game with eyes on the ball and that which blends with national values and aspirations."
Is this a big boost for Deputy President William Ruto?
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