The deputy president William Ruto has of late been making moves in Raila's strongholds trying to lure the people into his support. Just recently, he was invited at a Seventh Day Adventist church service in Awendo constituency, Migori county, where he was to lead a fundraiser event. He was welcomed in the county by Migori governor Okoth Obado among other local and national leaders from Tanga Tanga brigade.
On his arrival in the county, the people warmly received him and this gave a positive look at his grip in the region. After the service, he is set to stop by the town to greet the people and ask for their support in his quest to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta after his retirement in 2022.
It has been revealed that today's visit is among the many visits the deputy president has scheduled to make in the region's which have been known to be Raila's stronghold for a long time. Turning the regions into his support will increase his chances of making it to presidency and reduce Raila's.
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