How William Ruto Made Wheelbarrow Banter A popular Brand In The Country
By wasalie | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 0 views
When it comes to embracing criticism ,William Samoei Ruto the deputy president of Kenya knows the game .
He adopted the "Tangatanga " title that was used to belittle him by his opponents and in fact took it as his campaign brand name.
During his three day tour to the coastal region ,Ruto allies used a very old wheelbarrow as a podium to address the electorate.
Aisha Jumwa , a Ruto ally who moved from Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) after Uhuru Raila handshake did not shy off as she addressed the rally . Jumwa is the fiercest critic of Raila Odinga despite the fact that she is a member of his party.
Mohammed Ali , the Nyali member of Parliament was not left out , he embraced the wheelbarrow movement and addressed the crowd on top of a wheelbarrow.
Hassan Omar ,former senator of Mombasa and the most reserved politician was also not left out
Wheelbarrow politics has faced criticism from the opponents of Ruto but that does not men he is he will stop . HD has converted the narrative into a force that is increasing his popularity countrywide.
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