Ruto commands big crowds at the coast, brings businesses to a standstill
By @mboka | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 172 views
The deputy president William Ruto has been in Mombasa for the last two days. He has visited several places,commissioned projects,empowered youth groups and women groups and addressed huge crowds.
The crowds that he gas commanded has left his competitors worried especially the ODM leader Raila Odinga who has always had the coast as his backyard.
Accompanied by several leaders allied to his hustler movement,the DP has traversed the region hitting at his political nemesis saying they do not consider the plight of the common citizen.
The DP opened a police station in Lungalunga, empowered boda boda riders and the groups in the region.
He has told the coastal leaders to unite form a political outfit requesting them to support his bid for the presidency. He said that the ODM leader Raila Odinga was not his math in the 2022 general elections.
See the crowds below;
The deputy president was accompanied by leaders from the region as shown below;
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