Few days after deputy president William Ruto's canditates emerged winners in the just concluded by-election, it has been revealed that he is heading to one of the region to continue with his empowerment.
According to Today's standard Newspaper, deputy president is going to hold a retreat in Coastal region for two days. Recently, he met with Mount Kenya TangaTanga Allies where they talk about the methods they can use to revive the economy of this country, this meeting also gave Mount Kenya leaders an opportunity to air their demands to deputy president William Ruto as they had earlier said and Coastal region leaders are also expected to do the same.
Recently, there have been claims that Coastal leaders are expected to form a regional party, something which will make many to ditch their current political parties. Ruto might use this opportunity to convince them to form a coalition ahead of 2022 general elections.
It is clear that Deputy president is gaining support from this region, this can be proofed by last year's by-election which was held in Msambweni where Ruto's canditate emerged a winner.
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