Deputy president William Samoei Ruto is eyeing to succeed his boss, the incumbent president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. He is the leader of United Democratic Alliance. The deputy president today held a delegates meeting at Karen. The delegates were from Isiolo county.
Ruto says that the delegates who includes aspirant of Gubernatorial seat, parliamentary seat and the civic seat. He added that, the leaders from the marginalized community agreed that the bottom up economic model is the one which will transform their county which has been marginalized for years.
William Ruto, also held a delegates meeting with leaders from kisii county. The UDA leaders from kisii includes; Sylvanus Osoro,Lawyer Cliff Ombeta and and Ezekiel machogu. The deputy president also gained another support from kisii after new leaders joined the party. The new leaders includes; Joash Maangi, Dr. Andrew Maubi and the lawyer Migos Ogamba. This is is aimed at increasing the parties popularity in the region. It will also increase the number of votes the deputy president is going to get from Kisii. Netizens have reacted to the post and below are some of the comments.
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