The president Uhuru Kenyatta point man in rift valley has been given a warm welcoming a move that is causing panic in Ruto's camp over the 2022 struggle to clinch to presidency. Cherengany MP Hon Joshua Kutuny's entry in Visiwani, Makutano ward in Cherengany Constituency. He was given a warm reception like a king a move that has caused anger and panic in Ruto's camp as they believe they have lost influence in the region.
During the commissioning of the projects in the area, Kutuny was given a heroic warm welcoming as the residents danced their tradional songs praising him for what he has been doing for the Kalenjin people. Hon Joshua Kutuny's grand visit in Makutano ward came jointly after commissioning five classrooms at Tarakwa Secondary School in Chepsiro/Kiptoror ward that were reportedly sponsored under the MPs leadership.
The deputy president seems to be swept away by this move by Kutuny as several politicians are currently piling pressure on the deputy president threatening to ditch back to Jubilee
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