Photo:Kimani Ichungwa addressing people
Political rallies have intensified in the last couple of months. Today, October 24, deputy president William Ruto and his allies have set their camp in Kiambu county where Ruto is expected to sell his 2022 agendas.
Photo: Kimani Ichungwa with dp Ruto
Kiambu residents have for the first time made dp Ruto and the UDA battalion feel proud as they have promised Ruto their endless support come the year 2022.
Kimani Ichungwa has reminded the people how Ruto and other UDA members joined hands to support the development of Kiambu in social fields such as education.
"The deputy president and I joined forces and we are currently sponsoring several students' education in high school and other tertiary institutions. We will continue doing this because humanity is a virtue that all leaders ought to have," Ichungwa said.
Ichungwa and Ruto are also expected to address residents in Kiambu after the church service in various social places.
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