The deputy president William Ruto has today toured several parts of Laikipia. The country's top politician continues to call Kenyans to support his hustler narrative ahead of next year's general elections. Ruto continues his campaigns as his top rival Raila Odinga also seeks more supporters.
Odinga was today at Nakuru county calling upon Kenyans to support his 'Azimio la umoja' narrative. The deputy president William Ruto on his tour at Laikipia could not miss backing Kenyans to join his party UDA.
Stating that Kenya is past the age of tribal politics, Ruto said that his party embraces progressive ideas aimed at creation and expansion of economic activities. United Democratic Alliance has gained thousands of supporters countrywide because it has been highly publicized since it's formation.
William Ruto saw hundreds if not thousands of people turn up in his meeting today. The deputy president has already announced that he will be using the party to vie for the presidential seat next year.
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