Bumula Member of Parliament Mwambu Mabonga has alleged that this year's presidency is a two-horse race but one horse is tired. In his observation, the two horses were deputy president Dr William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga, but the one who was worn out and unfit to be in the race was the latter.
Speculations now set high as Western Kenya is set to host two powerful presidential candidates a head of the next general elections. The region is expected to host the deputy president William Ruto who is the chief Hustler in the country and Raila Odinga who is the current government project in the forthcoming election.
Barasa who defected and Ruto Today As the 2022 race continues to shape up and narrowing to a two horse race, the second in command has continued with his charm offensive tour of vote hunting to Western Kenya. Today achieving a major milestone by conduct more that 10 rallies in single day accompanied by his close allies.
It was a warm welcome as Deputy president William Ruto landed in Shirisha, Bungoma County for a meeting with a section of leaders and hustlers from the Western region. However, mixed emotions was witnessed when Bumula constituency Member of Parliament Moses Wekesa Mwambu took to the podium to address the mammoth crowd that graced the event.
A prominent Member of Parliament from Western Kenya has admitted that the presidential election in 2022 will be a two-horse race between former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto. Hon Mwambu Mabonga said today say when he accompanied DP Ruto on his second day in Western Kenya, that Raila is a horse, but a tired one, and that he will be defeated by Ruto, whom he described as a strong horse.
Deputy President William Ruto today hosted a delegation from Western Region ahead of his visit in the region. DP Ruto then took to his Twitter account and posted “Parliament must work with relevant Government bodies and take calculated interventions to get the country back on track through the fast-tracking of people-centred legislations like the NHIF Act and the Housing Act.
The deputy president William Ruto today toured in western region where he continued with his 2022 campaigns. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto was accompanied by several leaders who agreed to work with him ahead of the next general election which is planned to happen on August.
The deputy president William Ruto today attended a church service in Vihiga County where he was accompanied by several leaders who agreed to work with him. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto urged the residents to celebrate with other people so that they can feel loved during this Christmas season.
As Western Kenya prepares to host two powerful presidential candidates ahead of the 2019 general elections, speculation is rampant. In the upcoming election, the region is set to host both vice president William Ruto, the country's top hustler, and Raila Odinga, the present government's project.
The Deputy President of Kenya, Dr. William Samoei Ruto has continued with his hard work towards his dreams to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta. Despite all the humiliation he has gone through since their political rifts will president Uhuru, Ruto is always focused on what he wants from the people in Kenya.
The deputy president William Ruto today landed in Kakamega County where he will be continuing with his two day tour in the region. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto was welcomed by several leaders from Western region who agreed to support him in the next general election.
Honorable Deputy President, William Ruto visited Sugoi in Uasin Gishu County today. He went there to meet the grassroots leaders from Bungoma County. The second in command had a meeting with Kenyans to speak on Housing and Medical affairs. At the meeting Governor Mandago, John Waluke, Fred Kapondi, Dan Wanyama, Didymus Barasa, Mwambu Mabonga, Ben Washiali, Kimani, NdindiNyoro, Njuguna, and Wanjiku were present.
The deputy president William Ruto today held a private meeting with some Western leaders from Trans Nzoia County and Bungoma where they shared various issues ahead of the next general election. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms by the deputy president William Ruto, he urged the leaders to work together.
Bumula Mp Mwambu Mabonga wants a cancer centre built in western region to help cancer patients from the region to access services from nearby. Due to lack of cancer screening centres in the region many cancer patients are expected to seek medication from Eldoret and Nairobi or else be airlifted to India for further cancer treatment.
Deputy President William Ruto has hinted of a plan B should his call for a handshake with Uhuru bears no fruit. This he said after he met “wananchi" at Kipkaren, Uasin Gishu County after hosting delegates from Western region, Bungoma in his Sugoi, Uasin Gishu County.
The deputy president William Ruto today held a meeting with Western leaders ahead of his tour which is planned to take place during weekends. The deputy president William Ruto also met with some leaders in the region where they discussed various issues affecting the residents. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the leaders who met the deputy president William Ruto today in Bungoma includes the former Kakamega senator Hon Boni Khalwale, Kimilili member of parliament Hon Didmus Barasa, John Waluke, Mwambu Mabonga, Benjamin Washiali who is the member of parliament in Mumias East and Dan Wanyama.
Deputy President William Ruto was accompanied by Sirisia MP John Waluke, Hon Mwambu Mabonga of Bumula, Kimilili MP Did Didmus Barasa, Dan Wanyama of Webuye West and Ben Washiali of Mumias East during his rally in Bungoma County. Several residents turned out to show their support to DP Ruto who sent an appreciation message that read: "We will start from the smallscale cane farmers in Kamukuywa and Ndivisi areas of Kimilili and Webuye East Constituencies in Bungoma County as we implement the Bottom-Up Economic Model."
Traders at Dinah intersection in Webuye received Ksh.1 million from William Ruto, but infuriated people were not delighted with his generous gesture. Ruto went on the campaign road in Bungoma County, visiting with citizens in various locations to stir up support for his new political party, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
The deputy president William Ruto today held a rally in Bungoma county where he was accampanied by several leaders from different parts of the country. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the leaders who accampanied the deputy president William Ruto agreed to to support him in the next general election.
The deputy president His Excellence William Samoei Ruto is one of the anticipated 2022 presidential candidate in a move to succeed the head of the nation president Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta. He is expected to face his opponents from other parties including the former prime minister Raila Odinga. Through his official Twitter page, the second in command held a meeting with grassroot leaders from Bungoma county and the details of the meeting is actually all about the plans to winbig in the forthcoming president elections.