Today, Deputy President William Ruto led the Kenya Kwanza Coalition brigade to Tharaka Nithi County. He was accompanied by his members to sell ideas to Tharaka Nithi County Residents in order to garner votes.
Specifically, at Marimanti area, Tharaka Nithi County, Doctor William Samoei Ruto asked the residents to vote for him in the coming General Elections on nineth of August this year. He also urged the residents to vote for Kenya Kwanza Coalition candidates in the County. He started with the gubernatorial sit where by, he mentioned Muthoni Njuki as a good man who fits the gubernatorial sit.
Doctor Ruto, persuaded the residents to just vote for all Kenya Kwanza members who are vieing for any sit in the County. Starting from Members of County Assembly, Members of Parliament, Senatorial sit and on the Gubanatorial sit which I already talked about. My message to all Kenyans is, peace is very important and we must love it.
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