Kenya's General elections are inching closer and even closer. This is the time where politics is gaining more and more momentum. The deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr. William Samoei Ruto paid a visit to Mombasa County to persuade the citizens of that county to consider his proposals and to convince them to vote him in as the fifth president.
He promoted his development plans in Mvita constituency, one of the six constituencies in Mombasa County. He also assured the public of their commitment to the port of Mombasa and to rejuvenate its operations.
"The election in August will give us an opportunity to install a government that will give priority to economic issues that will restore hope to young people, small businesses and end politics of deceit in our country," said Ruto in his official Twitter account.
Among other political leaders present at Mombasa County rally specifically at Mvita Constituency was; Fatuma Achani, Benjamin Tayari, Faisal Abdalla, Kassim Tandaza, Mwanaisha Chidzuga and Danson Mungatana.
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