Today William Ruto received a major boost on his presidential ambition after city politician eyeing the Nairobi senatorial aspirant defected and joined his camp. The woman politician Karen Nyamu affirmed her support for the deputy president saying that he is the ultimate solution for the country.
Today’s meeting brought together several city politicians who gathered in the Deputy Presidents residence in a bid to ensure that come 2022 they win the different seats in conjunction with the small scale traders in the country. His clarion call is the bottom-up economic model which he is currently preaching.
Ruto Receiving Nyamu
While addressing the crowd, Ruto revealed that he is in the process of formulating a working formula that will ensure once he assumes office in 2022 then all counties get to benefit regardless of whether they voted for him or not. He is currently expected to tour another county tomorrow.
Below are some images from the event;
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