Deputy president William Ruto has a long schedule of political engagements in different parts of the country. The vibrant politician has been crisscrossing different parts of the country to empower local traders and small business people.
The deputy president will visit Kiambaa constituency next week for a series of political engagements. This visit was revealed by Kiambaa member of parliament John Wanjiku on his official Facebook page.
The deputy president and his team will tour Kiambaa constituency on 24th October 2021. He will first attend a church service at Later Glory church at Gachie in Kiambaa constituency. Afterwards he will preside over an empowerment program at Karuri primary school.
The area member of parliament is a close ally and supporter of deputy president William Ruto. He was recently elected on a UDA party ticket. He trounced down Jubilee candidate Kariri Njama and other independent candidates in a hotly contested by election.
This is the poster of deputy president William Ruto tour in the region as revealed by Kiambaa MP John Wanjiku on his official Facebook page.
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