The Popularity of the Deputy President of Kenya Mr. William Samoei Ruto has continued to rise significantly with many Kenyans subscribing to his hustler nation narrative that has taken the country by storm.
With less than two years remaining before the 2022 general elections, Deputy President has already started laying the ground for the race to replace President Kenyatta who is on his last term.
The two leaders have struggled to maintain their first term relationship that made them a darling to many Kenyans. With Uhuru Set to retire, the Deputy President seems to have inherited the President's Mt Kenya support base.
Earlier today, The Deputy President Visited the Mt Kenya Region in Meru County where he met Wananchi during several development drives. The excited crowd immediately busted into dancing while singing for him. The crown gave him a new name in Meru which means Son of The Lion. Here is the video.
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