Ruto!Ruto! Ruto! Chants fill the air as Ruto is received by huge crowd in Kisauni Mombasa County
By #Hotnews | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 11665 views
The deputy president William Ruto has continued his tour in the coast region where he is trying to win the hearts of the coast people so that they can join the Hustler movement.
Ruto Chants has fill the air at the Kadongo Grounds in Kisauni, Mombasa County, where the deputy president in the company of more than 30 members of parliament has been received by huge crowds. Youths have welcomed the deputy president overwhelmingly calling him the Hustler.
Ruto has is attending the meeting with the of empowering the youth among them the bodaboda riders from the region. Yesterday Ruto toured Lunga Lunga in Kilifi county where he drummed support for his 2022 presidential candidature. The building bridges initiative has also been in his speech where Ruto has criticized leaders for seeking to add more burden to the tax payers by adding leadership positions other than focusing on the common citizen who needs to be empowered.
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