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William Ruto promises a presidential campaign like no other ‘ you haven’t seen anything’

by Amos Khaemba

On March 11, the Thirdway Alliance Kenya party leader Ekuru Aukot wrote to IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati seeking to have Deputy President William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga barred from participating in the August elections.

Aukot argued that the duo had breached IEBC regulations by campaigning all over the country, while using public resources, before the official campaign period.

But that time, the United Democratic Alliance presidential flag bearer William Ruto defended his county-wide tour saying he was only inspecting government projects.

Now that the official campaign period is finally here, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance leader has revealed that the alliance has set aside enough resources to mount a serious presidential campaign.

Speaking on Saturday, June 4 at his Karen residence, ahead of his clearance, the second in command warned his competitors to be ready for a bruising battle.

According to Ruto, his competitors should be ready to witness a powerful and well-oiled campaign that has never been witnessed before.

“You haven’t seen a campaign yet. After today you’ll see what you haven’t seen before. We will liberate this country from economic oppression.” Ruto said.

The 2022 presidential frontrunner has already proved that he is capable of leading an effective campaign.

Already he has been holding more than 10 campaign rallies in a single day for the last six months which proves that he can do more especially with two months to the election.

After the Kenya Kwanza alliance leader was officially cleared by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, some of his campaign logistics are bound to change.

Ruto, who is a self-declared hustler-businessman is expected to deploy personal resources toward his presidential bid.

He will from today cease using government vehicles in crisscrossing the country while drumming up support for his State House bid.

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