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William Ruto Brings Murang’a to a Standstill as Thousands Turn Out to Meet Him

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William Ruto Addresses Gatanga Residents

(KDRTV) – Thousands of Muranga residents turned out to welcome Deputy President William Ruto during his tour of Gatanga Constituency on Sunday.

Ruto attended a church service at the African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) at Gatura in Gatanga Constituency before addressing residents at Gatura.

It was an emotional moment for residents who turned up to be addressed by the head of the Hustler Nation.

Ruto reminded residents that he vigorously campaigned for President Uhuru Kenyatta and delivered his wins in the 2013 and 2017 elections.

Uhuru and Ruto are currently in an all-out attack on each other with the President recently asking his deputy to resign.

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Ruto addresses Gatanga residents

Ruto has come out as the key opposer to the BBI report which was overwhelmingly endorsed by all Mt Kenya MCAs last week. The DP has however distanced himself from the BBI, saying he will not lead the NO campaign.

There was a scare early on Sunday when Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria claimed that goons were planning to scuttle the meeting.

Posters announcing the DP’s visit were removed and burnt on Sunday morning. However, no violence was witnessed during Ruto’s numerous stops in the area.

Gatanga is the home county of Jubilee Vice Chair David Murathe and former Presidential candidate Peter Kenneth. Both are outright critics of the DP and his 2022 Presidential ambitions.

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