Deputy President William Ruto is a politician who never rests in ensuring his political ambition is met. On a daily basis he must be in a rally somewhere or a political meeting. Large crowds have been accompanying him in most of his rallies sending fear to his political enemies. He has successfully employed strategies to ensure a huge number of people turn up for his meetings.
Today, the deputy president has taken his campaigns to nyanza region in Migori County to spread the Gospel of the Hustler movement and the bottom-up economic model he prefers if he becomes the next president of the Republic of Kenya.
The deputy president has received more love from the residents of the region which is believed to be the backyard of former Prime Minister Raila Amolo Odinga. The residents of Migori town stopped the motorcade of the deputy president demanding he should address them so that he can continue with this meeting with the delegates from the region which is scheduled to take place today.
Many were thinking that the DP will not get good reception from the residents who have in many years supported the ODM leader to be the president.
Do you think the large crowds seen chanting Ruto in Migori will give Ruto some votes come 2022?
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