Deputy President William Ruto has scaled up his efforts to make sure that he wins in the coming general election that may see him engage in a fierce battle for votes with Azimio's Raila Odinga.The two are the top politicians who are seen as the possible winners.Ruto has been traversing the country together with his allies in a bid to woo the voters.
Mount Kenya region is seen as a key battleground for both Raila and Ruto.They are all eying this region with series of rallies.Ruto has been in the region while Raila is warming up to go back to the region.
For DP William Ruto,he will have to lose the support of one of his key ally.Nominated MP David Sankok has announced retirement from politics.Sankok who recently lost his son revealed this while being interviewed in Spice FM.He has confirmed that he will henceforth focus on his personal businesses.
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