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2022 Politics Intensifies As Ruto Names Gachagua, Omanga, Korir And Others Who Accompanied Him Today

The August general election is just around the corner. For that reason, many leaders around the nation have been in a race to prepare themselves well ahead of that much awaited poll. One of the leaders who have been campaigning seriously for that general election is Deputy President William Ruto.

For a period of time now, DP William Ruto has been touring various parts of the nation urging residents to stand with him in the forthcoming general election. Ruto has been doing all his best and at the moment, it seems like the 2022 politics have intensifies.

That is because unlike in the past when DP William Ruto used to walk with few leaders in his rallies, today he named many leaders who accompanied him for his Kibra rally. That comes a few days after his big rally in Jacaranda was interrupted by rowdy youths.

Through his official twitter account, DP William Ruto named Rigathi Gachagua, Nixon Korir, Millicent Omanga, Kimani Ichung'wah, Ferdinand Waititu, Wanjiru and others who accompanied him today.

"Outlined our vision to smallscale traders at the DC Grounds, Kenyatta Market and Toi Market in Kibra Constituency, Nairobi County, in the company of MPs @nixon_korir (Lang’ata), @Hon_Rigathi (Mathira), @KiarieJohn (Dagoretti S.), @KIMANIICHUNGWAH (Kikuyu) and @MillicentOmanga." Tweeted DP William Ruto.

He went on to say, "Also present were Simon Mbugua (EALA), Benjamin Gathiru (Embakasi Central), James Gakuya (Embakasi North), @scherargei (Nandi), @GeorgeTheuri (Embakasi West), Gubernatorial aspirants @BishopWanjiru (Nairobi), Ferdinand Waititu (Kiambu) and several UDA party aspirants".

With all those members, it shows that the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta has started and it is getting tough. His competitors like Raila Odinga will have to do much more in order to beat the DP who has been warming up for a long period of time now. Definitely, it is going to be tight.

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