Today, deputy president Dr William Ruto has taken his political train to the Nyanza region in Kisii county to popularize his presidential bid. Ruto has toured Kisii an area that is perceived to be a strong hold of Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga.
Dr Ruto was accompanied by top government lawmakers and politicians such as Millicent Omanga and Kisii deputy governor Hon. Joash Maangi for a fundsdrive in Kitutu Chache North and Kitutu Chache South sub-counties for Bodaboda and Mama Mboga groups.
During his visit, Dr Ruto brought business to a standstill following the huge crowd that came out to welcome and attend his political tour.
In conclusion, this comes when only eight months are remaining before the Kenyans determine who will become the fifth president of the republic of Kenya after president Uhuru Kenyatta vacating the office in August. Dr Ruto has declared that he will vie for the top seat on the United Democratic Alliance party.
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