William Samoei Ruto is the deputy president of the Republic of Kenya. Ruto has the ambition of succeeded President Uhuru Kenyatta after the next general elections. Despite many challenges, Dp Ruto is focused on his Journey. He has been holding rallies and campaigns in different parts of the country and also holding several delegates from communities. across the country.
Speaking in the Emali area in Kibwezi today Ruto asked Kenyans to choose him so that he can continue with the developments that the Jubilee government had already implemented. While spreading the hustler nation gospel, The Dp started that his government will focus on common "mwananchi" before concentrating on the leadership structures.
Ruto also warned people against listening to those who want changes in the constitution to acquire big leadership positions than delivering to the people of Kenya, especially those who can barely feed themselves.
He promised to help the small-scale entrepreneurs in the country to expand their businesses and cater to their family needs.
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