The second in power William Ruto is tirelessly touring different parts of the country to popularise his bid of bottom up economy approach. On October 22, Ruto has landed in Kakamega town for a two day tour. The deputy president received a heroic welcome from the residents. They did not hesitate to fall into isukuti dances as Ruto arrived.
Despite Kakamega being a stronghold for Musalia Mudavadi, Ruto has many supporters in the region. Among the key politicians is the Dr. Boni Khalwale. Boni Khalwale is a fearless luhya who strongly popularises Ruto's bid for Presidential position in the region. In his speech today in Kakamega, Khalwale empasised that it the time to abolish tribal politics for the well being of Kenya. He also added that Kakamega residents should not fear voting for Ruto. Follow the link to watch more.
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