The second head of command honorable William Samoe Ruto today championed his 2022 presidential Kenya Kwanza campaign rally in Mombasa County. Honorable William Samoe Ruto was accompanied with various Kenya Kwanza allys in his Mombasa rally and many people of Mombasa came to hear Kenya Kwanza manifestos to Kenyans ahead of 2022 general elections.
According to the latest post by honorable William Samoe Ruto on his Facebook channel, Kenya Kwanza managed to address more issues including adjusting the economy affecting many Kenyans and also empowering small business traders and ensuring that less fortunate individuals like Mama Mboga's will parti in the next government created by the hustler nation.
Ruto's photos of late night Kenya Kwanza rally in Mombasa has sparked mixed reactions among netizens. Ruto managed to address a Mammoth Crowd past 7 pm and Kenyans were comfortably listening to his manifestos as portrayed by Ruto's viral photos.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that late night Ruto's rally in Mombasa whereby some section of netizens have urged him to take a break because he's overworking. Other netizens have wished him success during 9th August elections. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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