DP Ruto explains why he is not campaigning but inspecting government projects
Deputy President William Ruto photo



Deputy President William Ruto on Monday confused his opponents after alleging that he has not yet begun committing in campaigns for the 2022 election. 

The second in command termed his countrywide tours as “government work.”

Addressing delegation at his Karen residence, Ruto said that as deputy president he has the statute to tour different parts of the country and get feedback from Kenyans on government development projects.

He said he is awaiting green light from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) before he can officially start his campaigns.

“I haven’t started the campaign because the campaign period is not yet announced by IEBC,” he said.

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