Today, the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto led his campaign tour to the coastal region where he met with thousands of locals to popularise his presidential bid ahead of the August 9 general election. He was accompanied by several leaders including Kilifi incumbent Governor Amason Kingi among others.
According to a post shared by DP Ruto on his Facebook account, the governor who recently joined Kenya Kwanza Alliance after ditching Azimio La Umoja movement led by Raila Odinga mobilized local to support Ruto's presidential ambitions. After the DP shared some of the photos, Kingi was spotted Doing some press ups on top of DP Ruto's vehicle.
Later, some talented youth showcased some of their acrobatic tactislcs before the DP.
Many Netizens reacted to how the governor attracted attention of the crowd before addressing them on political issues. Here are some their comments.
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