As the 2022 general elections get nearer, various political icons in the country have been setting up strategies aiming at ensuring that their political positions remain vibrant if not becoming better.
As far as the 2022 presidential polls are concerned, the Deputy President Dr William Ruto has been in the forefront in campaigns to ensure that he gets support when time comes.
On Friday, January 15th, the Deputy President visited the Rift valley region (his own home) basically in Bomet county where he was welcomed triumphantly by a huge crowd of Bomet residents.
On his twitter page, the second in command noted that he led an empowerment of more than four thousand Bodaboda riders in Ndamai.
Could the large crowd that welcomed the Deputy President to his own 'bedroom' indicate that he has won the region ahead of the 2022 presidential polls?
The following are photos that William Ruto shared on his twitter page that were taken during the Bomet visit;
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