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Many people's came in large numbers to support the Bulding Bridges Initiative in Meru county.
The BBI rally campaign in Kenya has been rising ever now and then. Many political leaders in different countries in Kenya have tried to mobilize residents to support BBI.
Few days ago ODM party leader Raila Odinga was in Mombasa hosting BBI. He managed to hold a BBI rally for four days and many people came in large numbers to support the Bill.
Ruto today in Meru county in Maua constituency addressed various issues, he encouraged people elect transparent leaders of their Choice who can bring more changes in a society.
Ruto also expressed his concern on coming 2022 presidential elections. He urged Meru residents to support him for presidential seat coming up 2022.
Ruto is among the leaders who have shown a great interest for fighting for BBI in this country.
He usually attract huge number of crowds in many parts of this country when holding a rally for Bulding Bridges Initiative.
Ruto is among the leaders who are aiming to vie for presidential seat coming up 2022 general election.
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