Deputy President William Ruto has today given a bishop in kakamega a brand new Prado,this was after honouring his promise he had given to the pastor in Malava county,speaking to congregates before giving him his new ride Dp William Ruto assured residents that he will make sure that resources reach each and everyone in the county,in a span of two weeks two strong presidential candidates have toured Musalia Mudavadi camp leaving him with a lot to think about.
Two weeks ago it was Raila Odinga while this week Dp William Ruto has toured his home backyard promising locals goodies,Dp William Ruto was lauded by locals for his good gesture of giving their bishop a vehicle which they said will help him move around,the second in command told locals to support his bottom up economy which he intends to elevate kenyans with.
Musalia Mudavadi is facing turf competition in putting Western Kenya in one block due to various politicians aligning themselves in different political parties.
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