On the frontline to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta is the second in command, William Ruto,who has been on the run,as he set to stay ahead of the match to State House against Raila Odinga and Musalia Mudavadi.
Today,all leaders drawn from the Rift Valley region met to discuss how to engage DP Ruto on what he will gift the region,if they support him as president.
Among the leaders present were Mps from the region including Kimani Ngunjiri, Johana Ng'eno, Caleb Kositany, Oscar Sudi among others.Also spotted was senator Kipchumba Murkomen and
Governors who attended the meeting include Josphat Nanok of Turkana,Stanley Kiptis of Baringo, Stephen Sang of Nandi, Hillary Barchok of Bomet and Jackson Mandago of Uasin Gishu county.
The leaders said that they were planning for a date to DP Ruto so that they can present him with an economic blue print of the Rift Valley region.Already, DP Ruto has received blue print and economic plans from Mount Kenya and Coast regions.
Here are the photos taken at the meeting.
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