Hours before the much-publicized William Ruto's Nakuru county visit, Raila Odinga's leaflets have been dropped all over the venue. The incumbent MP who feels threatened by the entry of the former MP has been accused of being the mastermind behind the leaflets.
The leaflets are pictures of former MP Zakayo Cheruiyot together with ODM party leader Raila Odinga in 2008. In the 2007 general elections, the former MP together with William Ruto supported Raila Odinga. His rival is believed to have dropped the leaflets to paint the former MP badly before DP Ruto.
Olenguruone town at 9 am will be DP Ruto's first stop before heading to the Njoro constituency. The fights between UDA leaders vying for MP positions have threatened the peace in the region. What was witnessed in Bomet county is feared to happen before the DP.
The incumbent MP who vied on KANU in 2013 felt threatened by the entry of former internal security PS to William Ruto's camp. Zakayo Cheruiyot having worked for different governments is a threat to any politician.
Nominated MP Gideon Keter among others are among the contenders of thr the Kuresoi South seat. Taking the day today before the DP will be a win to any candidate.
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