Deputy President and the United Democratic Alliance party leader H.E William Samoei Ruto has today landed in Orange Democratic Movement party leader stronghold to attend a c Sunday church service currently underway at St Thomas parish in Kilifi county during his three days tour to the coast region.
While delivering his speech, the second in command started by thanking God the father for enabling them to reach the church to worship him. He also thanked the church leaders for allowing them to attend today’s session and also lauded them for always making sure that God’s children are served with his able words.
The DP also thanked the church leaders for always praying for the country as well as praying for top leaders starting with the MCAs up to the President.
Later the Hustler Nation Chief is also expected to commission different government projects in Kilifi county later in the day and also to meet his Hustler Nation supporters from Kilifi county to drum up more support for his Presidential ambitions aimed at replacing President Uhuru Kenyatta whose term is almost over and also to popularize his UDA party in the region.
This comes only two days after his UDA party floored President Uhuru’s Jubilee party in the just concluded Kiambaa constituency by-election where his candidate emerged victoriously.
Even as DP Ruto continues with his campaign tours of the three coastal counties, Raila’s allies in the region are working on a scheme to keep Kingi and frustrate Ruto’s forays.
Elsewhere even as the second in command pitches camp at the Coast region to market his hustler nation, Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho and pro-Raila forces are not sitting pretty.
ODM leader Raila’s handlers are working overtime to dissuade Kilifi governor Hon. Kingi from forming a Coast party. Instead, they want him to help consolidate the region under ODM ahead of the next year’s general election.
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