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Ruto was welcomed to Mwea Kirinyaga by huge crowds who were eagerly waiting for his arrival. From the look of things, the region seems to be attracting presidential hopefuls especially now that there is no presidential candidate from the region has declared his candidature for the top seat.
The Region is now classified as a swing region that has seen several politicians among them Raila Odinga frequent the region to sell his 2022 presidential ambition. His visit was organized by businessmen from the region who endorsed his candidature.
This is not the first time Ruto is visiting the region. He has constantly made several visits to the region with the hope that the region will endorse and vote for him in the next polls which are months ahead. Today’s visit coming after he celebrated the defeat of the BBI bill at the court of appeal. Do you think Mount Kenya will determine the next president? React below.
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