The maa region is one of the key political region because its huge number of voters that the presidential candidates among them Kenya Kwanza's William Ruto have set their eyes on. It is believed that whoever goes with the lion share from this region will increase his probability of winning the upcoming August general election.
Today, Ruto's UDA brigade took their campaigns to the region for a series of political rallies as they strengthen support for William Ruto's presidential bid. The crew held their rally in Narok county at Emurua Dikir costituency as they urge residents to support UDA's candidate across the county. The team was led by the UDA gubenatorial candidate for Narok county (Patrick Ole Ntutu) who was joined by a host leaders among them aspirants for the County Assembly and National Assembly.
The team was warmly received in jubilation by hundreds of residents who turned out to grace their rally as they accord them a heroic grand entry to Emurua Dikir. The team urged the residents to support Kenya Kwanza in the August general election. They assured them that under Ruto's government, they will create opportunities for them in both formal and informal sectors so that they can raise their living standards. They also promised the residents that their administration will improve the health care of the region through NHIF programs which will provide a universal health care.
Patrick Ole Ntutu shared a live video of the rally on his Facebook page as they engage with hundreds of Emurua Dikir residents on their Bottom-up economic model. The video can be accessed via the following link.https://www.facebook.com/keturet/videos/3176952672517469/?app=fbl
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