Deputy president Willam Ruto has excited netizens after a photo of him riding in an UDA branded vehicle was shared online. In the photos the UDA die hard is seen having a great moment with the second in command in his vehicle. The unidentified man says he customized his car due to the love he has for Dp Ruto and was thrilled to share a ride with him
Dp Ruto has been going round the country supporting most of his supporters who have gone out of their way to show how much they adore him. Ruto is touring Laikipia county to push forward his Hustler narrative which he says is what the country needs at the moment.
Ruto was accompanied by the area women representative Cate Waruguru together with Former Kiambu county Governor Ferdinand Waititu who promised allegiance to his UDA party. His visit to Laikipia comes even as his top opponent, Raila Odinga is planning a major event this week to formally announce his presidential election ambitions.
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