The political temperatures in the country is currently rising ahead of 2022 general elections.Mombasa is one of the most crucial part of Kenyan politics as it holds the largest population of the coast.With the current tension in ODM as Joho continues to unveil his bid for presidency, Ruto's visit to Mombasa would be a nightmare to ODM.
Ruto is set to visit Mombasa on 5 th February for a youth empowerment programs and opening up of CDF offices in Kisauni.He will be accompanied by Nyali member of parliament Honourable Mohammed Ali.He will also be accompanied by other Tangatanga brigade.
His meeting comes as Joho and Kingi have been holding meetings and making proposals of forming a regional party.This is set to be used in bargains for 2022 general elections alliances.Joho and Kingi seems to be on their moves to exit ODM.
Ruto is expected to speak about BBI and his bid for presidency.Ruto has continued with meetings across the country and empowerment programs for youths and women.
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