The deputy president has arrived in Meru for a thanksgiving service led by Archbishop Samson Mutheri at the A.I.P.C.A.,st. Loret Angeine church, Timau,Buuri constituency, Meri county.Former meru governor Kiratu Murungi and other dignitaries are set to host the deputy.
The vice president is slated to pitch his bottom-up economic plan to the White House while also interacting with small and microbusiness owners in the region. The deputy is likely to advocate for support and receive some defections from other political parties with the help of the previous governor.
Because the central region is seen as a voting bloc, senior political leaders are canvassing the area for votes. It's worth noting that ODM leader Raila Odinga and ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi are among the main presidential aspirants touring the region. According to the video on Ruto's Facebook, he was greeted in style in the region.
However Kenyans have responded on his arrival in Meru. His visit has though elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans. Here are a few varied reactions.
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