William Ruto, the current deputy president of the republic of Kenya visited Meru county, Makutano, Ruiri and Kiirua on his political rally to safeguard his votings. He was welcomed warmly by the residents of the county. Ruto promised Kenyans some economical changes if he will be elected the president of the republic of Kenya.
William Ruto and Raila Amolo Odinga are two tough opponents who are vying for the next coming presidential election in the coming year 2022 general elections. Ruto gave gave Kenyans a sense of hope after he promised them through a speech in his Facebook page he said the following:
William Ruto is the current deputy president of Kenya who's working in hand with the current president Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta. He argues Kenyans to vote home for the next president to succeed his mate Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta. His promises were varied, promising to change and improve the country's economy buy diversion of small markets, channelling government revenue to support micro, small and medium enterprises.
William Ruto is a great politician and a very brief leader, ready to run the country's government and promises Kenyans everything that could help them move forward in economical sector. He says that there's no harm in putting government finances in the building of the nation and this could bring some positive results to our country if H.E William Ruto will be elected the next president of Kenya.
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