A picture of the Kilifi county Governor Hon Amason Kingi doing press-ups behind the Deputy President William Ruto's Campaign's car has emerged.
The picture that has emerged as Deputy President William Ruto Coastal region tours entered its second day. In his today's tours in Kilifi county, Kenya Kwanza Alliance team today toured Msabaha grounds in Malindi and Mariakani town in Kaloleni, Kilifi County where they drummed up support for DP Ruto.
DP Ruto was Accompanied by several leaders including Tharaka Nithi County Senator Kithure Kindiki, Salim Mvurya, Amason Kingi, Alfred Mutua, Moses Kuria, Aisha Jumwa, Khatib Mwashetani, Benjamin Tayari, Mohamed Ali, Owen Baya, Charles Njagua, Hassan Omar, Jimmy Kahindi, a host of members of County Assemblies, MCA's and several aspirants.
This comes as another team of Kenya Kwanza Alliance led by Mathira Member of Parliament Rigathi Gachagua toured Rift Valley while another group led by Amani National Congress, ANC Party leader toured Western region.
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