William Ruto, the current Deputy President of Kenya, has already made his way to the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, which is hosting the discussions for the presidential election.
During the second portion of the debate, the presidential candidate for the United Democratic Alliance will speak to the audience.
Raila Odinga, the leader of the ODM, was going to challenge DP Ruto for the position of Azimo la Umoja, but he ended up withdrawing from the race.
DP Once again, everyone was taken aback when Ruto showed up at the event, and he managed to get a lot of Kenyans talking. The "mama mboga" and the boda boda rider both gave the identical recommendation to the second in command when he presented his documentation to the IEBC for clearance.
The Deputy President of Kenya, William Ruto, arrived at the CUEA together with his wife Rachel, Rigathi Gachagua, his deputy, one mama mboga, one boda boda person, and other Kenya Kwanza leaders.
After it was revealed that Mama Mboga was working with DP Ruto's administration, many Kenyans began to discuss the latter's application of his bottom-up philosophy.
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