Report emerging indicates that deputy president William Ruto is planning to take his campaigns to southern part of Nyanza, Kisii couty, where he will carry out consultative meetings with residents and leaders from that County for three days.
The main purpose of this is to increase his popularity in the region and at the same time try to stop the rising popularity of interior Cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi who's his main competitor in Kisii County.
It's remembered that deputy president was supposed to visit the county earlier but due to Covid-19 protocols he didn't manage.
Currently, leaders from Kisii community are planning to form one party under the leadership of Fred Matiangi and it's believed that the party will support former prime minister Raila Odinga in the coming general election.What's your view on this? Leave your comment and share this article with your friends. Also remember to follow us in order to receive more updates.
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