Deputy President William Samoei Ruto is today campaigning in Muranga alongside his Kenya Kwanza battalion. DP Ruto who started by holding a meeting with area residents and leaders spoke highly of the economic model Kenya Kwanza was providing for Kenya and Mt Kenya region in general.
However, when Ruto asked whether the local residents will make sure he succeeds president Uhuru Kenyatta, the overjoyed residents chanted it was UDA all the way. This sentiments brought a smile to Ruto's face. Apparently, Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza battalion have Intensified their campaigns in the region since Martha Karua was named Raila's running mate.
Even though Karua seems to be gaining momentum in the mountain, Ruto still holds the key to the mountain since he's being supported by a majority of the mountain people. However, he still has a huge task ahead as his running mate Rigathi Gachagua could be disqualified by IEBC if found guilty of corruption charges against him.
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