The 2022 General Elections is almost closing. Many Politicians including the Deputy President William Ruto and Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga are among the top politicians who want to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta when his second term comes to end next year.
Leaders have been tirelessly moving from one region to another within the country looking for betterment and support from the backyard leaders.
Today, Deputy President William Ruto attended a church service meeting in Nyandarua County, Rurii area. In his address, The second in command took his time to sell his hustler narrative and Bottom-up Economic Model policy.
Ruto fearlessly attacks his enemies who are Undermining his political approach. He added that leaders should support the less fortunate people in the society.
Within the past few days, Many Political leaders including ODM Party leader Raila Odinga and Jubilee allies have been condemning the Deputy President's approach.
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