Ruto In Muranga vs Raila In Busia;Who Has The Numbers?(Photos)
By SMOKIN-NEWS | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 19440 views
Deputy president Dr William Ruto has early today on Sunday, February 28th stormed Muranga County in Style where he has been Received well by Jubilant Kenyans who could not help but chant his name and hustler slogan. While addressing the charged crowd, the second in command has said that Leaders must preach unity and work together towards creating job opportunities and wealth for the millions of poor Kenyans. They must desist from engaging in tribal politics that risks dividing the country.
Below are photos of Ruto addressing a Mammoth of Jubilant crowd in Muranga;
His rival, the Orange Democratic Movement party leader HE the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has taken the Building Bridges Initiative gospel to the bordering County of Busia. While in Busia Raila managed to meet with various regional leaders from western Kenya. He has assured his supporters that the BBI train is moving soothingly towards the referendum.
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