With less than one year remaining for president Uhuru Kenyatta and the entire cabinet to end their second term office, political leaders who are seeking to take into leadership are busy organizing themselves in a move to win the heart of voters before 2022.
On Friday, 1st of October the second in command deputy president William Samoei Ruto is reported to have toured the Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, in Ukambani where he urged Ukambani leaders to support his hustler narrative campaign.
While addressing the public, the deputy president said that the political conversations in the country had for long dominated with issues touching on the prominent and wealth personalities. He added that the moment to change the narrative has arrived and the right person to bring the change.
The second in command promised Ukambani residents to work with them once he gets into power and he also went further to popularize his Bottom-up economic approach claiming that it has more benefits to the country.
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