Deputy President William Ruto live at MO FM (Photo Courtesy: Twitter) After a long tiring day, Deputy President William Ruto was expected to get some rest, but the ever resilient leader is still on interacting with Kenyans. Earlier today, Ruto had several rallies across various constituencies, Changamwe and Jomvu where he attracted a large number of people who pledged their support to him.
Deputy President William Ruto is working hard to ensure that he wins over the Coastal region which has always been a stronghold of the Orange Democratic Movement party for over twenty years. Together with United Democratic Alliance party allies, the DP is currently on six days tour in the Coastal region as he has already made stop overs in Kwale, Mombasa and Taita Taveta counties.
Deputy President Dr William Ruto has been a busy man since Thursday. He started his Coastal Tour by visiting Taita Taveta County and on Friday he visited Kwale County. He launched different projects and presided over empowerment events of different groups of women and youths. The second in command was at a radio station where he was talking on what he will do if he is elected into office in the 2022 general elections.
The deputy president William Ruto today was interviewed at MO FM in Mombasa county where he discussed about the economy of our country. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto urged the Mombasa residents to register as voters so that they can they can play their role well.