The United democratic association party led by deputy president William Ruto and his supporters are taking the Kenyan politics to another level and showing the world that creativity matters in most cases of life and youths also play a better role in today's life.
After coming up with the hustler nation narrative and empowering boda boda riders and mkokoteni people,the deputy president William Ruto also Gifter youths with wheelbarrows to mark their territory as hustler nation leaders.
A youth today has come up with one lucrative creative art and made a combination of both the wheelbarrow and the motorcycle in one item.
For this case,the wheelbarrow is being used as the sitting position on the motorcycle which is painted with UDA colours all over.
Former Kakamega county senator Boni Khalwale was the first United democratic association party member to have a taste of what the ride felt like as he showcased the creative work of the young man at the UDA party headquarters today in Nairobi.
"Our youth have scaled up to a motorized wheelbarrow!" He wrote on his Twitter page.
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