As Christians and believers await the second coming of Jesus Christ, millions of Kenyans are excitedly awaiting the outcome of the presidential election between ODM leader Raila Odinga and the self-proclaimed Chief hustler campaigner, William Ruto.
Numerous realignments and re-alignments are occurring in the nation's political landscape, which has shaped the political landscape. Today, William Samoei Ruto promoted his presidential candidacy in Gatundu South, Kiambu County, and recruited more opportunists to his Kenya Kwanza political bandwagon.
Ruto was greeted with a heroic and electric reception in Kiambu by tens of thousands of his followers. This proved conclusively that Kiambu county is a UDA zone.
While addressing the occasion, William Ruto pledged to restructure the nation within his first 100 days in office and to prioritize the needs of young Kenyans. In addition, he revealed that he looks forward to bolstering the agriculture sector by subsidizing farm supplies and making farm produce available to markets. By doing so, he would ensure that the country has a steady flow of cash and that adolescents have access to employment possibilities.
After the sea of humanity embraced the Kenya Kwanza demonstration, Kenyans reacted in a variety of ways, noting that Raila and Uhuru's path to retirement is inevitable and predicting that Ruto would give them a Burukenge beating. They assert that they feel secure in Ruto's hands by claiming that it is not anyone's project and will therefore serve the best interests of the Wananchi populace. Here are some responses.
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