A section of leaders from Central Kenya are converging at Deputy President William Ruto’s rural home in Sugoi to make what they have termed as a major declaration.
Led by Bahati Member of Parliament Kimani Ngunjiri they first converged at Eldoret Sports Club before heading to Eldoret Silverline where they met a section of Eldoret residents.
According to a report by Citizen TV, the main agenda of the meeting was to meet the deputy president to express their love and support for him.
Ngunjiri said that the group of over 4000 people had volunteered to come and meet the second in command.
He said they wanted to show him that leaders from Kikuyu community have been staying in Rift Valley and are happy because of the 2013 handshake between him and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“We want to respect him, we want to show we love him, and we want to show him we stay in Rift Valley and we are happy because of the 2013 handshake,” said Ngunjiri
“We are also coming to put more strength on that…you are going to succession and there are many things that will happen,” he added.
They further claimed that they decided to go to Ruto’s Sugoi home to put more strength on his 2013 political agreement with Uhuru ahead of 2022 succession politics.
It is from Sugoi where they will now make a major declaration.