Deputy President William Ruto is set to continue his charm offensive as he continues to popularize his 'Bottom-Up Economic Model' campaign tool ahead of the 2022 general election.
With the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta coming closer by closer each day, the political temperatures have heightened with early campaigns witnessed around the country with a two-horse race expected between the second in command and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Hon Raila Odinga.
With the Deputy President expected to complete his one-week tour of the Coastal region where he continued preaching his hustler slogan today, reports indicate that he is expected to attend the Mashujaa day celebrations which will take place tomorrow in Kirinyanga County.
Details have now emerged on the places Deputy President will tour this weekend with Kakamega County aspiring Governor Boni Khalwale revealing the places he will be.
According to the former Ikolomani legislator, the Deputy President will be in the Western region where on 22nd October he will be on a campaign trail beginning at Khayenga Town and ending in Shianda market.
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