The deputy president, William Ruto is taking no chances as far as the 2022 August poll is concerned.
The deputy president campaigned into the night, as he stopped at Kinoro, Nkubu, and Equator in Meru county.
This is how he braved the cold of mount Kenya, as he tries to consolidate the vote-rich region.
The deputy president began his campaign yesterday at Embu county, where he further outlined his plans for the mount Kenya people.
President Uhuru Kenyatta had earlier in the day blasted the deputy President, teaming him a liar who has been complaining about the top of cars after absconding duties.
Dp Ruto's relationship with the president deteriorated after the handshake with Raila Odinga in March 2018.
His tour at Mount Kenya East, with campaigns entering into the night and also risking his life.
Is the Dp afraid of Azimio in the region?
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