President Uhuru Kenyatta was to in Nakuru county where he conferred city status to Nakuru making it the central town Kenya's 4th city after Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu. Among those who had accompanied the president were, His Deputy president William Ruto, ODM party leader Raila Odinga among others.
Despite that it was a big day for Nakuru residents, politicians would not skip politics and everyone had what to say. It us during this time the president told Ruto how Raila would win the 2022 elections. "Raila ni mtu hana nguvu lakini anatumia akili nyingi, (Raila is that person who uses his brains well,)" said Uhuru. He went a head that despite his agr Raila will win the race.
"Mzee atatoka nyuma akupite na utashangaa, (the old man will come from behind to become number)" continued Uhuru as crowns bursted into laughter. On the other side Ruto also continued to popularize his Bottom Up initiative as he believed that it was the way to push the common Mwananchi upwards.
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