Deputy President William Ruto today has toured Nandi County amidst fall out of his close allies in the county. His visit comes a day after the Members of the County Assembly voted against the Amendment bill.
According to a video shared by Magical Kenya News, the residents turned out in large numbers to welcome their own while chanting 'Hustler Hustler.."
Ruto is expected to launch a number of projects in Emgwen, Aldai and Nandi Hills sub counties before having meeting up with the leaders and the residents later in the day.
Yesterday, 23 Nandi MCAs voted against the 2020 Amendment Bill with only 13 of them supporting the bill, making the county the second one after Baringo to pin down the draft bill.
Ruto's visit to Nandi comes at a time when his close allies at the county which is viewed as one of the places his main critic Gideon Moi is working to woo the voters for their support.
The Governor Stephen Sang has been acing pressure from other leaders in the county on what they claimed as lack of accountability and transparency in the county's resources.
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