DP Ruto is undoubtedly one of the most influential presidential candidates as the general elections year is coming closer. Despite the opposition he has been facing from his rivals, Ruto has been attracting huge crowds wherever he goes and he is usually received with jubilation.
Some people claim that the crowd is due to the money he gives out but he is genuinely loved by most Kenyans. However, the fate of the presidential seat will be determined after next year's elections.
Today Friday 22nd of October being the first day of his tour in Western, Ruto has been on rallies in Kakamega County to sell his presidential bid to the citizens. He made a stop at Shianda Market, Mumias East and he was amazed by the love he received from the residents.
They came in large numbers and when he instructed them to shout 'UDA' after saying 'Harambee', they did exactly that making him happy. He excitedly said, "Naona bwana kitendawili yuko na kazi hapa."
Shianda people promised to stand with Ruto as he strives to build the hustler nation that is aimed at uplifting small business operators and the jobless.
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