The deputy president William Samoei Ruto's supremacy was on display today in Njoro, Nakuru County, as he drummed up support for his presidential run ahead of the August general elections. This followed after a successful rally at Jacaranda Grounds yesterday, which was also met by wrangling from the other side.
As he made a big arrival in the region with his Kenya Kwanza coalition team, he pulled the business to a halt. As he visits the country to pitch his bottom-up economic strategy, deputy president William Samoei Ruto is leaving no stone untouched.
This tour comes after Hon Martha Karua, the leader of the Narc Kenya party, toured the region in support of Azimio's presidential campaign and to challenge Ruto's dominance in the region. The Kenya Kwanza coalition has sworn to derail Raila's presidency and to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta if he steps down.
You can you use the link below to see the video on what Njoro residents did to DP Ruto:
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