Before the much-anticipated introduction of his running mate, Deputy President William Ruto's allies have converged at his Karen office in Nairobi. As expected, many Kemyans are following up eager to know to whom the position will land to as curiosity has been aroused all week long.
Images of Ruto's supporters having fun before the big day were posted online.
Nandi Governor Stephen Sang, Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi, Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya, Elgeyo Marakwet Deputy Governor Wisley Rotich, and MPs Aden Duale, Caleb Kositany, Nixon Korir Maryanne Keitany Didmus Barasa are among the leaders who have already arrived.
There was no sign of the leaders who had been touted as possible running mates. Before they were able to join the nominee and Ruto to a news conference, the DP had reportedly locked them away in a meeting at Karen's premises.
Kithure Kindiki, Rigathi Gachagua, Anne Waiguru, and Speaker Justin Muturi were among those in the running for the top spot.
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