The Hon Rigathi Gachagua of the Mathira constituency traveled to Nyeri County on Monday with the Kenya Kwanza brigade to drum up support for Deputy President William Samoei Ruto ahead of the election. DP Ruto is now on a ten-day foreign tour, but his co-principals are lobbying on his behalf. Rigathi Gachagua, speaking to the crowd today, stated that people are fearful of Ruto's genuine remarks; the crowd could not remain silent after he stated that Ruto would make a clear statement and announce his fate regarding electoral independence immediately upon his arrival in the country, and that his supporters should brace for electoral revolution.
He stated that this will be followed by a meeting with the leadership of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, during which they will align their plans around political ideas that promote equality and declare his vigorous efforts across the country. Following his trip, Ruto's schedule will remain full, and he will continue to campaign across the country on a regular basis.
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