According to information from Tuko.com, the Tharaka Nithi Residents were on Tuesday evening left surprised after a fleet of cars stopped in Gitombani Village little did they know it was the deputy president William Ruto.
Ruto allegedly arrived in the evening after concluding his tour in Tharaka Nithi. The village which has funny name has breathed a new life after it went viral with people now interested in knowing it's location and probably spent a night there as well.
More information revealed that the village is little known even by some residents of the county as it's a small one. The Deputy President William Ruto is touring the Mt. Kenya region where he is selling his Bottom-up economic model ahead of the upcoming general elections.
Ruto who is Keen in Succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged the Mt. Kenya people to embrace the new party,the United Democratic Alliances which he said will continue the Jubilee's uncompleted Big Four agenda.
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