The 2022 race to state house is continuing to gain momentum with two top contenders, the deputy president William Ruto and the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga traversing several parts of the country to gain people's trust.
On Saturday 2nd October, the two had engagements with people in different parts of the country. The deputy president started his day with with a visit to Murang'a county, thereafter proceeded to Nakuru county. Raila on the other side toured Western Kenya region.
The deputy president was accompanied by a number of members of parliament, including the controversial Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi.
In his statement, Oscar Sudi pleaded with their opponents to give them an easy time as they engage with the hustlers to support the deputy president William Ruto for president in 2022.
He said that their major opponent, Raila Odinga is being assisted by business tycoons to raise billions of shillings yet he knows he will never win the presidential election.
He further noted that the former prime minister is aware that the deputy president William Ruto will beat him in 2022.
"Unajua Baba si ati hajui William Ruto atamshinda, anajua lakini unajua hana biashara ingine, hiyo ndiyo biashara yake," Oscar said.Sudi further urged the Nakuru residents to turn out in large numbers and ensure they register as voters as that is the only way they will ensure Ruto becomes president in 2022.
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