The deputy president William Ruto is set to tour Kisii the home county of Arati, Janet Ongera as well the current Senator Ongeri all members of the ODM party. It's already clear he has lost several of his UDA members to ODM especially in the county due to the unity of the ODM leaders in the county.
DP Ruto is leaving no stone unturned in his efforts to win the support of the Kisii nation. Ruto is clear of his plans to capture the support of the people in the region in his efforts to beat Odinga in the 2022 general election.
The deputy president William Ruto has been clear of his agenda and where he wants to take this country moving into the 2022 general election. DP Ruto has remained clear of his agenda a reason he is touring Kisii County to prove himself against detractors.
Ruto trip to Kisii has been confirmed by one of his allies Silvanus Osoro. It's clear Ruto and his team will camp in Kisii in efforts to persuade the people against backing Odinga and revealing the reason he was the best bet to move Kenya forward into the next level.
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