The political climate is at its hottest right now. In order to be elected on August 9th, politicians are frantically running up and down the country to make sure they have reached Kenyans. Deputy President William Ruto and the leader of the Roots party, Prof. Gortge Wajackoyah, both unveiled their manifestos yesterday in Nairobi, with Wajackoyah doing so at the KICC and Ruto at Kasarani Stadium.At the introduction of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance platform, a Mp candidate from Raila's neighborhood called Ruto Baba. Many Kenyans have traditionally called Raila by the nickname "Baba." Benard, who is running for the seat of Mp for Rarieda in Siaya County, urged Ruto to go there even if it only results in one vote for him. He promised Ruto that he would make sure the security of Lake Victoria was restored so that fishermen, who are constantly bothered, could fish in peace. Kenyans responded to the video right away. View some of the responses;Does Benard words means that Ruto has some supporters in Nyanza region? Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more updates.
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