David Mugonyi, who serves as Deputy President William Ruto's spokesperson ( Photo Courtesy) For a high profile person like Deputy President William Ruto, communication is one of the most important aspect of his daily political life. As he guns for the country's top seat, proper communication is very important.
Deputy president William Samoei Ruto on Thursday publicly stated that he will not be attending the planned Devolution meeting as he had other plans. Ruto was supposed to be the Chief Guest at the 7th and annual final Devolution Conference in Wote, Makueni County. However, his communications directore David Mugonyi confirmed on the last minute that the DP Will not be able to attend.
Deputy President William Ruto is set to visit the United Kingdom and the United States for 12 days starting on Sunday. This was made possible after the Foreign Affairs Ministry with High Commission from the two countries allowed him to have the political tour. Sources privy to DP Ruto has confirmed that the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) presidential candidate will have a high-level meeting with government officials, elected leaders, global policy think tank and Kenyans in the diaspora.
The president of the republic of Kenya William Ruto on Wednesday made a surprise visit to Parliament to have lunch with two speakers of the bicameral House. Ruto queued with members of Parliament and senators for lunch at the chambers dining area. While having a hearty chart with the legislators, the head of state was served 'pilau', chicken and assorted vegetables.
The office of the Deputy President William Ruto has revealed that the DP will not be honouring an invitation from the Council of Governors. According to Citizen Digital, the DP's Communication Secretary David Mugonyi has stated that Ruto will instead send a representative to the 7th Devolution Conference happening in Makueni county.
The Office of the Depuy President has informed that Deputy President William Ruto will not be attending the Devolution conference currently ongoing in Wote, Makueni County as fresh details emerge. According to DP Ruto who was much expected to be chairing the Devolution Conference in the absence of President Uhuru who is currently on a tour to South Africa.
The Office of the Deputy President has broken silence on whether Deputy President William Ruto will be gracing Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi's much anticipated National Delegates Committee meeting slated 23rd, January 2022 where he will be endorsed as the party's flag bearer. It has been established that despite earlier speculations that the Musalia Mudavadi team could soon be joining DP Ruto's camp after his pointman Cleophas Malala shared a podium before the end of the last year.
Amani National Congress Leader Musalia Mudavadi has promised and earthshaking declaration on 23/1/2022 which is on sunday in the Bomas of Kenya This is after he made remarks that he would make a political declaration that would cause an earthquake in the country.The declaration will change the political landscape He addressed journalists on 16/1/2022 where he administered his plans come on sunday
A statement has been finally released from DP' s Office indicating the fresh news on his whereabouts today. The Office of the Deputy President has informed that Deputy President William Ruto will not be attending the Devolution conference currently ongoing in Wote, Makueni County as fresh details emerge.
David Mugonyi, who was given the responsibility of overseeing the Presidential Communication Service, was one of Ruto's longtime loyalists who was assigned to the State House on Friday, October 14. (PCS). Photo Courtesy Hussein Mohamed, a former Citizen TV anchor who was chosen to serve as the State House spokesperson, will fill in for him.The two will be entrusted with assisting Ruto in outlining his aims and policies for the nation.Hussein Mohamed with President William Ruto on Monday, January 24, 2022, following his nomination as his Campaign's Director of Communications Hussein Mohamed with President Ruto on Monday, January 24, 2022, following his appointment as Director of Communications in his Campaign.
Deputy President William Ruto is expected to visit United Kingdom and United States of America starting this Sunday. The DP will take almost 12 days to finish off his trip,with sources revealing that the second in command will meet with various top leaders from the UK, US as well as Kenyans living in the two countries.
Deputy president William Samoei Ruto on Thursday candidly established that he will not be accompanying the projected Devolution meeting as he had other schedule. Ruto was assumed to be the Chief Guest at the 7th and annual final Devolution Conference in Wote, Makueni County. However, his communications director David Mugonyi cooroborated on the last minute that the DP Will not be able to show up.
REVEALED: Why Ruto Has Skipped Devolution Conference in Makueni, Sent a 'Respectable' Representative
Deputy President William Ruto was today, 26th November 2021, scheduled to close the ongoing 7th Annual Devolution Conference in Makueni County. (Photo: Deputy President William Ruto issuing an address; Twitter) However, the Second in Command has made it known that he won’t attend the function in Makueni County as earlier scheduled.
The Office of the Deputy President has broken its silence on whether Deputy President William Ruto will attend the much-anticipated National Delegates Committee meeting of Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi on January 23, 2022, when he will be endorsed as the party's flag bearer. PHOTO /COURTESY
As stated earlier by his spokesman David Mugonyi, he said that the deputy President William Ruto will not attend the 7th Devolution Conference in Makueni. Rather, his speech will be read by a representative. It was clearly noted that the deputy President was expected to take his campaigns in Nyandarua after the previous day's campaign in Njoro, Nakuru.
As new information surfaces, the Office of the Deputy President has advised that Deputy President William Ruto will be absent from the current devolution conference in Wote, Makueni County. According to DP Ruto, who had been widely expected to head the devolution conference in the absence of President Uhuru, who is now in South Africa on a tour,
The political war in the county continues to get tough every single day as Kenyans look forward to the 2022 elections to see what will happen. The temperatures are high as rivals continue to crush each other. Everything is being put in place to ensure that the elections will be just when that time comes.
New details have emerged why Deputy President William Ruto representative was sent away during the 7th devolution conference held at the Makueni Boys High School. On Friday, thenRuto's communications secretary David Mugonyi said the DP Ruto’s speech was to be read by a representative on Friday, the final day of the event that started on Wednesday.
Deputy President William Ruto, who was due to close the 7th annual devolution conference in Makueni on Friday, will not attend the ceremony. The DP's communications team, led by David Mugonyi, said Ruto would be in Nyandarua County to garner support for his bottom-up business model, which he relies on to advance his 2022 presidential bid.
The devolution conference began on 23ed of this month,it was officially opened by the head of steta.The steering committee had invited the deputy president to close the conference. However,the Deputy President William Ruto will not attend the Conference in Wote, Makueni County. This is according to his communications secretary David Mugonyi who said the DP’s speech will be read by a representative on Friday, the final day of the event that started on Wednesday.