Th race to replace President Uhuru Kenyatta is already taking shape, with leading presidential aspirants strategising on how to win the 2022 election. Photos|Courtesy Deputy President William Ruto, Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Former Vice President Musalia Mudavadi, among other aspirants, have been making several inroads to different regions of the country in a bid to solidify their chances of winning the converted seat come next year.
The deputy president of Kenya Dr William Samoei Ruto is one of the leaders who always interact with people.In most of his rallies, he will be seen eating in a small food joint or enjoying roasted or boiled corn.
The Deputy President William Ruto, on Saturday 13 February 2021, said that he respects the president Uhuru Kenyatta and follows what he wants. While speaking in Isiolo, DP seemed to respond to the president who wanted him to resign or stop criticising the government he is working for. Ruto responded to the president saying that he is the one with the power at the moment and therefore he could not go against him. "I am a respectable person, the honourable president and I went to ask for votes from the Kenyans