As 2022 general election approaches, politicians are struggling to build relevancy in their political carriers. However, controversies have become the order of the day especially in who is relevancy in the political field.
Today the Deputy President William Ruto took his supporters to the parts of Western region spefically Kakamega County to drum for Bottom up economic approach in ensuring the less fortunate in the society are also considered.
His rally attracted a number of supporters who were seen chanting his economic development model.
The Deputy President who is on a camping trip to Western region, did a very tremendous act to one of his supporters who carrying a tray of eggs. As a sign of meaning his words, the Deputy President proved a poi t when he gave out KSh. 10,000 to the egg vendor in Kakamega County.
His gesture was Lauded by massive supporters who were happy with the DP Ruto.
Tomorrow, the Deputy President William Ruto will be taking his rally to the Busia County where he will visit Butula Sub-county and many other places.
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