Deputy president William Ruto is expected to tour some areas within the western region of Kenya this weekend as he intends to boost his support bases.
According to the poster that has been going viral on social media platforms,the second in Command will be hosted by former member of parliament and senator Boni Khalwale.
The meeting will start tomorrow's 17th September 2021 at sirisia constituency in bungoma county and end on the 18th of September 2021 in malava constituency in Kakamega county where there is an orange Democratic movement party Support base.
Ruto visiting the Kakamega area and bungoma area comes weeks after Raila Odinga had also come from the same place where he was heroically received by the natives from Kakamega.
As these two top leaders are visiting western region,the Amani national Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi on his side is silent on what is happening on the ground and has not talked of places he will visit despite him declaring his candidature for the country's top seat.
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