The deputy president William Ruto today held a meeting with Mombasa leaders where he urged them to work together so that they can change the lives of poor Kenyans. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the meeting was attended by several leaders who agreed to support him in the next general election.
The leaders who attended a meeting with the deputy president William Ruto today in Mombasa county includes the Malindi member of parliament Hon Aisha Jumwa. The other leaders who attended a meeting with Ruto includes the incoming Mombasa governor Hassan Omar, Denis Itumbi, Irungu Kang'ata, nominated senator Isaac Mwaura, Nakuru senator Susan Kihika, nominated senator Millicent Omanga, Nixion Korir who is a member of parliament, Mathira member of parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua among other leaders.
The deputy president William Ruto was later held a rally in Kongowea market where he was received by the huge crowd. He urged the residents to support him in the next general election. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance so that we can overcome this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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