Deputy President Dr William Ruto has been in the Coastal region since Saturday. The second in command has been presiding over events of empowerment of different groups of youths and women. The Coastal region has been predominantly a Raila Odinga turf but lately the Deputy President has managed to make inroads in those areas.
While at the Coast, the Deputy President was treated to a donkey ride by the locals. The DP looked very comfortable while on top and the cheers from the crowd did not make the donkey to go faster. This was like the Biblical journey of Jesus Christ when he was entering Jerusalem.
He started his in Taita Taveta county and then went to Kwale County where he met different groups of people who are supporting his bid for presidency before attending roadside rallies.
He finished his tour today in Mombasa County where he was welcomed by thousands of supporters who were eager to see and show their support for him. Dr Ruto has come up with the Bottom up approach which has really reasonated very well with the people.
The Deputy President's tours has always attracted large crowds which has made his competitors to go back to drawing board.
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