The kenya kwanza flagbearer deputy president Hon William Ruto who is aspiring to be the president of next government of our country today held a huge rally in Nyandarua County where he was warmly welcomed in a style by the area residents of Kinangop.
As witnessed in the news which was shared on the social media pages, the area residents turned up in large numbers to welcomed the kenya kwanza Leader deputy president William Ruto and his allies that accompanied him to the region.
Hon UDA leader DP Ruto speaking on his speech asked leaders to refrain from the act of politicizing the price of fertilizer in the country. Dp further confirmed to the residents that his government will focus on minimizing the prices of goods and services so that farmers can get on with enjoying their products and services.
Along side that, he also asked the residents of Nyandarua County to firmly support his presidential ambitions in the next general election that is scheduled to take place in the 9th August this year.
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