Deputy President William Ruto in his helicopter landed in his home Town Uasin Gishu county, Langas in Eldoret. A well-known devoted man he attended a church service at the PCEA Langas church. Governor Jackson Mandago, Kapseret Mp Oscar Sudi, Caleb Kositany(Soy), Didmas Barasa(Kimilili)Kimani Ngujiri(Bahati), Moses Kuria(Gatundu), and Ndindi Nyoro(Kiharu) are some but a few leaders who welcomed William Ruto to Eldoret.
Ruto was set to address Kenya Kwanza campaign meetings in Nakuru where he's expected to mention his UDA Deputy President nominee Righati Gachagua. After the church, he was blocked by a crowd of people who demanded his address. His Excellency the deputy president had no other option but to address the crowd. Ruto sincerely thanked the locals for their full support and for being calm. He promised for the second coming that he would address them all in one.
Happiness and joy filled the hearts of the locals and they let the serving Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya proceed with his journey. Ruto left Eldoret with joy, where he was promised full support due to his unification at the home ground, he was given solutions amongst them is prayers where he was forced to kneel in the church.
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