Deputy President William Ruto will be a no show in Kabarak, Nakuru County as President Uhuru Kenyatta leads other politicians and the country in marking one year since Mzee Daniel Moi took his last breathe.
The second in command is expected to launch a number of projects including a new police station in Mwangulu, Kwale County as well as presiding over contribution towards construction of churches in the area.
Ruto's visit to the Coast will today start at 2pm in Mwangulu, and is slated to take three days. According to Citizen TV, tomorrow Ruto will be visiting Kilifi and Mombasa Counties where he will meet the youth and give out his donations ranging from boda bodas and other items .
On Saturday, he will re-visit Kwale County where he is expected to donate a number of school buses in Kinango Constituency as well as conduct a number of harambees.
Ruto's today's visit to Kwale County comes at a time when his critics have met in Nakuru.
Some of the leaders expected to grace the event include President Kenyatta, Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, ANC's Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Kenya Moses Wetangula, Kalonzo Musyoka, Nairobi's Senator Johnson Sakaja among others.
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