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"Ruto Didn't Sleep The Whole Night" MP Talks of a Night That Ruto Spent Warming at the Bonfire

The 2022 campaigns and elections are now a past tense and Kenyans are now hoping for the fulfilment of promises that were made by politicians. The Kenya Kwanza government has also promised to actualize it's manifesto.

UDA politicians have continued to drum support for president William Ruto arguing that he is committed to work. Many have said that his commitments and sacrifices are unmatchable with other politicians.

Speaking during a political interview with Inooro TV on Tuesday morning, Mukurweini member of parliament, John Kaguchia, narrated how the president spent a whole night without closing his eyes.

Kaguchia said that during the Kenya Kwanza parliamentary retreat in Naivasha, president William Ruto spent the whole night on. While other politicians went dizzy and sleepy, Ruto opted to enjoy a bonfire.

According to the MP, during this moment, a number of politicians were able to join him at the bonfire and got a chance to lobby for some projects in their constituencies. The Mukurweini legislator stated that the energy with the president is unmatched.

"The president didn't sleep for the whole night. He opted to enjoy the bonfire while some members went to sleep. Those of us who are clever joined him at the bonfire and informed him about the priority projects in our constituencies. The energy with this man is unmatched and I am sure he will deliver," alluded the MP. (Watch video from 26 min).

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