The Vice President's convoy of vehicles had a difficult time driving through Khayega village, which is a few kilometers from Kakamega Town, on their way to Mumias Town, where he plans to attend a mega rally today. The convoy was blocked by a mob of jubilant citizens and supporters who demanded that the vice president stop and listen to their pleas. Ruto yielded to the cries.
Ruto was compelled to talk to the audience from the top of his automobile when the convoy came to a halt. Residents petitioned the DP to assist them in constructing a few shade structures to conduct their business, claiming that the ones provided by the county administration were inadequate. They also bemoaned the fact that the market's police station is dilapidated and in in need of repair.
Ruto vowed to look into their concerns while also urging them to vote for him in huge numbers when the time came. He requested that they evaluate his bottom-up technique to solving the economic problem, as it is superior to Raila's.
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