Leaders are working hard in their campaigns as the upcoming general election, which is scheduled for August of this year, approaches. The deputy president of Kenya William Ruto held a rally today in Mombasa county, according to information that was posted on social media platforms.
William Ruto, the deputy president, spoke to the people of Changamwe's Chaani Market, and they endorsed him for the upcoming general election. Despite this, a number of Kenya Kwanza leaders showed up at a rally in the county of Mombasa. Among them are Hon. Musalia Mudavadi, the leader of the Amani National Congress party, Hon. Salim Mvurya, Dr. Alfred Mutua, the governor of Machakos, Hon. Fatuma Achani, Khatibu Mwashetani, Hon. Benjamin Tayari, Feisal Abdalla, and Hon. Mwandawiro Mghanga.
In preparation for the upcoming general election, Ruto and his colleagues are anticipated to continue their campaigning tomorrow. During this campaign season, let's keep things peaceful amongst ourselves.
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