- Deputy President William Samoe Ruto continues to win hearts ahead of the 2022 polls.
- He was forced to make a stop at Makutano in Meru County by an elated crowd.
The Deputy President William Samoe Ruto today started his day at a thanksgiving service at the A.I.P.C.A, St. Lorent Angaine Church - Timau, Buuri constituency in Meru County - led by Archbishop Samson Muthuri.
The second in command was accompanied by Hons Mugambi Rindikiri, Mithika Linturi, Kubai Iringo, John Mutunga, Moses Kirima, Mathias Robi, Charity Chepkwony, Victor Munyaka and several MCAs among other signatories.
After the church function, Ruto continued to drum up support for his new found party, the United Democratic Alliance UDA after a church service.
He engaging wananchi at Makutano in Meru town. He promised the bottom up economic model which he believes will bring more money to the pockets of low class citizens.
The Hustler in the region who turned out in large numbers promised to make sure Ruto occupies the presidential seat in the coming polls.
Taking to Twitter, Andrew Karanja reacted, "Meru decides ... Yellow is the colour."
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