After holding a successful campaigning in Embu County today, William Ruto and his allies decided to go to Kitui County to hold another rally. William Ruto received a warm reception from thousands Kitui residents who didn't hide their joy and they celebrated William Ruto and his allies.
Kitui County is usually among strongholds of Raila Odinga but today they celebrated and cheered Ruto for visiting them and this might cause panic to Azimio coalition leaders. William Ruto gave out a powerful speech, promising people of Kitui County if they elect him he shall solve their problem including building roads and improving other infrastructures. Here are some photos showing how William Ruto was received by thousands of Kitui residents.
Ruto also, begged Kitui residents to vote for him come this August nine general elections this is because he has agendas which will benefit all people across the country. Do you think William Ruto will be able to convince Kitui residents to elect him as president. Below is a YouTube link video with full evidence.
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