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"Farmers in North rift are suffering" - Ruto told as he tours Murang'a County.

In Summary.

- The Deputy President William Samoe Ruto is back in central Kenya, Murang'a County to woo support for his 2022 presidential bid.

- Ruto took his Bottom up economic model to Gatunyu Ground in Murang'a where he launched Wakili Edward Muriu Pesa Mfukoni Bursary Fund that targets 10,000 vulnerable learners.

The Deputy President William Samoe Ruto is currently in Murang'a County wooing support using his Bottom up economic model.

Earlier, Ruto was at Gatunyu Grounds in Murang’a County for the launch of the Wakili Edward Muriu Pesa Mfukoni Bursary Fund that reportedly targets 10,000 vulnerable learners in Gatanga Constituency.

The second in command made a stopover to acknowledging greetings from Wananchi at Witeithie, Kiambu County.

However, one of his fans stole the show telling Dp Ruto to also take his Bottom up campaign in R. Valley.

"Peleka hii bottom up uko rift valley pia, sio kila mara unaenda mount 🗻 Kenya mara Western na kisii."

"You were told that we needed equalization of resources, you rejected it through BBI, just note I am a person from that county and you won't see my vote. You are a liar, a thief and a conman." Andrew tweeted.

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