Deputy President William Ruto has finally decided to go back to the Western region after months of absence in the region. The second in command who has declared interest in succeeding president Uhuru Kenyatta has not been in the region after months, his allies recently argued that Ruto stopped visiting the region after Covid-19 rules were put in place especially the locking of Western region.
According to a poster shared by former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale, Ruto's Pointman in Western Kenya, the deputy president will be in Sirisia Constituency in Kakamega county, a stronghold of the former prime minister Raila Odinga.
The whole of tommorow, the 17th day of September, the second in command will be in Sirisia, on Saturday the 18th of September, Ruto will be in Malava constituency. He will be hosted by Boni Khalwale.
This comes barely days after Raila had a successful rallies in the region, it also comes days after the Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi visited the area.
Deputy president William Ruto and his UDA party is seeking to make inroads into the region that has been supporting Raila overwhelmingly, at the same time Mudavadi is seeking to get support from the same region as he struggles to unite Luyhas ahead of 2022.
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