Speaker Muturi was in Siaya County empowering the fundraising for small scale businesses. He encouraged the youths and enterprising minded individual to invest in businesses and other incoming generating activities.
He was in accompany of Area member of Parliament David Ochieng, former legislator Nicholas Gumbo and Dagoreti member of parliament Kiaria. They supported Muturi's ambition informing that he was best suited to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Muturi assured the residents that he will be joining Ruto and Raila in competing for the State House bid. He voed to fight against corruption that is affecting the equitable distribution of resources.
Pundits have alleged that DP Ruto and the ODM party leader Raila are the only bigwig on deciding the 2022 election due to their large number of supporters.
Ruto is currently wooing voters in several parts of the country to rally behind his hustler movement. He toured Kakamega on Friday, 22 October in bid of continuing his politics. On the other side, Raila was in Nyamira county together with Fred Matiang'i supporting fundraising.
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