The deputy president of Kenya honorable William Samoe Ruto today championed his 2022 Kenya Kwanza presidential campaign rally in Nyeri County whereby many people attended his rally event. Ruto was accompanied by his Kenya Kwanza brigades including Machakos County governor honorable Alfred Mutua, Johnson, Moses Wetangula among others.
Kenyan Artist, the founder of loyalty test, Thee Pluto has break his silence concerning today's Ruto's Rally in Nyeri County. In his post on Facebook today, Thee Pluto has congragulated Nyeri residents for expressing their love to honorable William Samoe Ruto by coming in large numbers and giving him heroic welcome in that region.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that post by thee Pluto whereby some section of netizens have told him Azimio LA Umoja party leader honorable Raila Odinga is the one who is g to be the president of Kenya coming 2022 general elections. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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