With less than two months remaining to the general elections, top aspirants in various camps are laying down proper strategies to ensure they clinch the victory at the end.
Today, the deputy president Dr William Ruto led the Kenya Kwanza Alliance leaders in drumming support for his presidential bid in Mombasa county.
Dr Ruto has delivered good news to the Coastal people revealing that if Kenya Kwanza Alliance wins the August polls and forms the next government, he will restore the port operations to Mombasa as a way creating employment and generating income.
Ruto is expected to square it out with Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga in the race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Do you think William Ruto will restore the port operations to the coastal people if elected the president, share your thoughts at the comments platform.
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