As the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta heats up, the second in command DP William Ruto embarked on his second day in Nairobi. He toured in areas such as Mwiki, Njiru shopping center, Chokaa Trading Center and Njiru/Ruai junction in Kasarani. During the rally as reported by Citizen TV, Ruto was qioted saying that it was better to be led by 'mama mboga' than Raila.
Ruto indirectly attacked Raila Odinga alleging that he is not worth leading Kenyans. Ruto's target in his tour was to consolidate his support in the region. He drummed up support for the bottom-up economic model yo the residents. He was accompanied by more than 10 MP's, several MCA's as and a host of UDA party aspirants.
Ruto is having a strong competitor, ODM party leader Raila Odinga, who is a seasoned politician and knows how to play the cards very well. Raila was in Taita Taveta hits bedrock as he strives to succeed the incumbent head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta. He launched several water projects undertaken by both local and national governments.
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