A Win For Dp Ruto as He Finds a Way To 'Campaign' Despite Ban on Political Rallies


Kenya is said to be on it's third wave of Covid-19. During his last nation's address, President Kenyatta extended the nation wide curfew and banned political rallies.

His orders came at a time when his Deputy was campaigning asking Kenyans to support him in the next general election.

He then went silent and many started to question his whereabouts. He didn't also comment on the just concluded Machakos senatorial race where his political party UDA lost.

It seems that he has found out a way to sell his agenda's to the public without violating the COVID measures. The Deputy President is set to have two interviews tomorrow. His first interview will be at 7 am in Radio Citizen while the next is scheduled at 1 pm with comedian Jalango.

His move comes at a time when its alleged of the departure of some legislator allied to the second in command from UDA.

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