The 2022 succession politics continues to gain momentum, as leaders who are wishing to succeed President Uhuru continue to look for support across the country. Among the noticeable presidential hopefuls include Raila Odinga and William Ruto.Raila is currently hold up in the Coast region campaigning for BBI and his 2022 presidential bid.
Today, DP Ruto took his campaign rallies to Narok County. The county is well known for being Raila's turf as most of the county leaders belongs to ODM. Ruto was jubilantly welcomed by hundreds of residents. Taking to his social media accounts after the rally, Ruto wrote that he led an empowerment of the Hustler Co-operative Sacco as well as giving out the bus, to Ilmotiook Secondary School in Narok County.
"Led the empowerment of the Hustler Co-operative Sacco and presented a bus to Ilmotiook Secondary School, Ilmotiook, Narok West Constituency, Narok County," Ruto posted.
Here are some photos taken at the rally.
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