William Ruto continues his charm offensive of Mt. Kenya as he builds 2022 support
3 months ago, 13 Mar 14:39
Deputy President William Ruto met with a section of legislators from the Mt. Kenya region as he continues to lay ground for his 2022 presidential bid. Ruto held a meeting with MPs from Meru County at his Karen Office on Tuesday, March 13. He previously met several political leaders some who already have promised him the region's support come 2022. Ruto also launched several development projects in the region viewed as a way of endearing himself to the locals. Deputy President has been largely tipped to replace Uhuru Kenyatta once the President retires after his four-year term Days after calling on politicians to shelve campaigns for the 2022 elections, Deputy President William Ruto heigtened his own bid to get hold of the vote-rich Mt Kenya by holding meetings with leaders from the region. Ruto has been traversing the whole country as he seeks to win support for his 2022 presidential bid. Send 'NEWS' to 40227 to receive all the important breaking news as it happens Ruto is seen as the automatic Jubilee flagbearer in the 2022 elections after President Uhuru Kenyatta completes his second term in office. On Tuesday, February 27, the DP held a meeting with at his Karen residence home office where it is believed the discussion touched on 2022 succession politics. The leaders included Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwa, Kiambu Woman Representative Gathoni wa Muchomba and Kabete MP Githua wa Macukuku among others as reported by TUKO.co.ke. Earlier, Ruto had been assured by Nyeri County leaders that for the presidency as appreciation for throwing his weight behind Uhuru for two terms. And on Tuesday, February 20, the led by Kieni MP Kanini Kega at his Karen residence. And during his latest meeting with legislators from Meru County, Ruto said that it was time for leaders to speak with one voice in order to achieve sustainable development.
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