Deputy president William Ruto and his United Democratic Alliance party camp have been holding mega rallies across the country as they try to popularise the DP's Presidential bid as well as the newly formed UDA party.
After the massive Rift Valley and Kirinyaga County tours, Deputy President William Ruto had a pause on his rallies as he attended the 8th State of the Nation Address prior to his next scheduled meetings in Machakos and the Mt Kenya region.
According to reliable reports, Deputy President William Ruto is scheduled to visit Nyeri County as from 5th and 6th December, a tour that is much anticipated.
The reports claimed that several welcoming posters have already been put up in Chaka Town, Kieni Constituency where the United Democratic Alliance party convoy will begin their tours in the Mt Kenya region.
This is expected to be massive as DP Ruto is trying to woo the Mt Kenya region people to support him.
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