"The United Democratic Alliance administration will make the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) contribution progressive so that those who earn more pay a sum higher than those at the lower echelons.
At Mutituni Trading Centre and Machakos Town, Machakos County, shared our vision to uplift millions of Kenyans struggling everyday to put food on the table." Deputy President William Ruto confirmed his tour today.
The residents of Mututini trading centre stunned Deputy President William Ruto with the modified and impressive wheelbarrow they presented during his rally today.
The creative residents made a wheelbarrow from cartons which were shaped well to resemble exactly as the UDA's symbol, and then using some tape, they brandished the words UDA on the sides.
This creativity is what Deputy President William Ruto is supposed to be keen on and uplift such skills to be used in the industries.
Take a look at some of the impressive photos:
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