When Deputy President William Ruto arrived in the Western area on Friday, he was greeted with shouts. ANC party head Musalia Mudavadi and Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula were among the Deputy President’s two regional allies. He was accompanied by around 50 MPs, a slew of MCAs, and a slew of hopefuls. The important agenda to unite the country, according to Ruto, is to address the difficulties that our country has, not to benefit leaders.
“We shall return our country to a progressive path via our solidarity. This is an opportunity for regular Kenyans to take control of our economy “Ruto remarked.
Thousands of locals flocked to Bungoma County to greet Deputy William Ruto when he stormed the Western county, bringing the county to a halt. The visit to Bungoma was intended to build the groundwork for his presidential campaign in 2022, as he continues to rally the public behind his Bottom-up economic model, which he is proposing to improve the country’s economic predicament.