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Ruto’s journey to the statehouse seems unstoppable as he today invaded Waiguru’s backyard a day after he made his remarks on the just concluded BBI ruling which was a sweet victory to him. His visit coming a few days after Raila also held another meeting in Kiambu with Businessmen from the region.
Cecily Mbarire in Kirinyaga giving her remarks
In his visit, Ruto was accompanied by over 20 legislators and several county assembly members who have openly declared their support for the deputy president. Among them is coast-based politician Aisha Jumwa, Embu nominated Member of Parliament Cecily Mbarire, and Kisii vocal leaders Sylvanus Osoro.
The region continues to attract a huge number of political leaders aspiring to be president of the Republic of Kenya. From the look of thinks, Mount Kenya will be a strong determent of who will become the next president of Kenya. Ruto is keen on ensuring that the region gets to vote him in as the next president.
Watch how Ruto was received here
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