One of the leaders that has received a lot of support from the Rift Valley, from West Pokot to Kajiado County, is Dr. William Samoe Ruto. He is regarded as the regional kingpin and the political speaker for this enormous territory because he has more than 85% of the region's support.
Dr. William Ruto reportedly took a significant hit today. As news of several professional leaders from one of the Rift Valley counties changing their minds and endorsing Hon. Raila Odinga for President spread, this information came in. These 700 Professional leaders from Elgeyo Marakwet county made this declaration at their gathering in Eldoret, according to The Star News. They claim to have concluded that Raila Odinga is the only leader capable of resolving the issues facing this nation, which is why they supported him.
"More than 700 businesspeople from Elgeyo Marakwet County have endorsed Azimio leader Raila Odinga for president, dealing DP William Ruto what appears to be a severe political blow. A region known as Elgeyo Marakwet is thought to be Ruto's political stronghold." the reports claimed.
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