Deputy President William Ruto today was forced to cool down the over dependent boda boda riders from isiolo town huge cash after spending on business women from the area.
Addressing the residents of Isiolo town,the second in command asked the boda boda riders to relax as he was the one in control and said that he will not leave the area without sorting them out.
This was after Ruto commissioned ksh. 2 million to business women whom he claimed that they had been mostly affected by the Corona virus pandemic which struck the country at the start of last year.
"We all know that these women with small businesses were affected the most with this pandemic which hit the world at the start of last year. As I leave here,I will leave for them two million shillings to help them recover the losses they had during that period. Relax I know before I leave here am going to sort you boda boda riders and other so just relax," Ruto said.
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