Ruto's Kenya Kwanza coalition will be hosting a series of political rallies across the country with economic forums in Uasin Gishu county and Mombasa county. Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi who are key Kenya Kwanza principals will took their campaigns to western region. William Ruto will lead his team to Mombasa county as Rigathi Gachagua host the Uasin Gishu county economic forum at Ruto's homeground.
A section of UDA women from Rift Valley were spotted praying for the event at the periphery of the ground set for the event. This was just meant for dedicating the event to God before its commencement.
The act has sparked mixed reactions from kenyans as they share different opinions. Kenyans expressed their views through comments posted on Zipporah Kering post on his Facebook page. Here are some of their comments.
Willy K Choge: It show love for a prayerful nation of women leadership.
Robert Mat: The only weapon of warfare that guarantee is victory.
Esy Nyalilei: Show us your faces.
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