Deputy President William Ruto was on Friday 12th February warmly received in Kiambaa Constituency at Karuri Petroleum station with his name filling the air an indication of love and adoration they have For him.
Kangata was ousted on Tuesday and has since been warm toward the DP Ruto's angatanga’s faction.
DP William Ruto brought everything to Standstill in Kiambu as residents turn up in large numbers to receive him.
Many were spotted wearing Kazi ni Kazi t-shirts which is highly synonymous with wheelbarrow Movement.
DP Ruto has announced that he will be part of shareholders in CSS Petrol Station in effort to empower those in small scale business.
He has pledged the construction of new tarmac road in the region in fulfilment of Jubilee promises.
During the introduction window, women donning DP Ruto's attire and UDA colors started chanting Ruto's name and singing, "Sio deni, ni Ahadi, sio Deni ni ahadi" slogans.
The shouts were too loud for the MC to continue addressing the crowds and had to halt until the women stopped shouting.
DP Ruto is by far a darling to Kenyans and this has been seen in his recent political rallies. During today’s visit, Kiambaa residents vowed to stand with DP Ruto in 2022.
His meeting comes after Dennis Itumbi revealed the DP's plan for the day a move that led to queries from netizens who have been questioning why the DP has been pitching camp in the Central region alone.
An outspoken Mt Kenya MP also blasted President Uhuru Kenyatta for saying that he will not hand over power to a thief in 2022.
Uhuru, while addressing the public after inspecting Nairobi National Cargo Deconsolidation Centre on Thursday, had said that he will make sure that politicians with questionable character do not succeed him when his term ends in 2022.
"While others tell you Uhuru wants to extend his term, I know next year am going home (retire) and I have no problem with that; but my agenda is to ensure that that those who will continue, will not be those who punish and steal from Kenyans," Uhuru said.
"My plan is that those who will lead Kenyans will have the heart to unite and not divide Kenyans," Uhuru added.
But Ruto's allies led by Mathira MP, Rigathi Gachagua, hit out at Uhuru over his remarks.
Gachagua said Uhuru has no power to decide for Kenyans who their next president will be.
He reminded him how he was elected President in 2013 despite facing criminal charges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.
"Kenyans elected President Kenyatta well aware that he has cases at the ICC. This is because that was what they wanted.
He, therefore, has no constitutional mandate to decide who to hand over power to and who not to," Gachagua said.
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