Vice President William Ruto, who aspires to be the President of our country, today continues his presidential campaigns in Nakuru County. According to news shared on social media platforms, Ruto attracted a large crowd at Kampi Moto in Nakuru District.
According to the photos shared on social networking platforms, the entire Kampi Moto town is full of locals forcing all vehicles to stop for a while. In his speech, Ruto urged the residents of Nakuru District to enthusiastically vote for the leaders in the upcoming general election. He went on to urge people to elect leaders who will bring about change in our country, not those who intend to change the constitution.
Ruto was accompanied by several leaders led by his mate Hon Rigathi Gachagua. Other leaders include National Congress Party Leader Amani, Hon. Musalia Mudavadi, Ford Party Leader Kenya, Hon. Moses Wetangula, MP for Gatundu South, Hon. Moses Kuria and other leaders. Let's keep the peace between us for the duration of this campaign.
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