ODM party today played host to several grassroots leaders from Nakuru who thronged the party headquarters to have a conversation with the party officials. On the other hand deputy president, William Ruto concluded his two days meeting with leaders from the Kamba region in Amboseli where an array of issues were discussed.
Ruto’s meeting was well attended by leaders who had previously shown support for Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka but had retracted and followed the UDA party which is close to deputy president William Ruto’s heart. Among the leaders present include Muthama, Jonathan Mueke, and more than 5 Members of parliament from the region.
Ruto ADDRESSING THE PRESS
ODM’s meeting was attended by among others the party secretary-general Edwin Sifuna and the ODM party top leadership. A lot was discussed including popularizing the party in the county which has recently been seen to attract a huge number of followers.
Below are some images from the two meetings;
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