On Sunday, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto together with his Tangatanga brigade visited Nyeri counties where they continued with their campaigns as usual. Now, today, the country's second in command concluded his tour to the Mount Kenya region by visiting Laikipia county where he continued with his campaigns in preparation for the 2022 presidential race where he will be vying for presidency.
Now, after visiting Nyeri and Laikipia county, Dp Ruto together with his close allies are expected to take their campaigns to the Nyanza region. As reported by the standard digital, Dr William Ruto will be visiting Kisii county.
According to this publication, the country's second in command will start his visit in Marani, Nyabari Masaba and Bobasi constituencies where he will be accompanied by his close allies from the region. "Deputy President William Ruto is tomorrow expected to tour Marani, Nyaribari Masaba and Bobasi constituencies in Kisii County a month after an extensive tour of the region." Said The standard digital.
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