For some days now deputy president William Ruto has been transversing the country as he campaigns ahead of the 2022 general elections. As he was ending his tour in Eastern, Ruto paralyzed business activities in Embali town in Kibwezi, Makueni county.
As he was talking to the crowd, Ruto blamed the Jubilee government for not creating job opportunities for the youth. He said that every government has the responsibility of ensuring the jobless get into something to help them economically. He told the people that the government he is planning to create will be for the youth and asked them to choose wisely whether they want a government that creates job opportunities or one that creates positions.
It was when he was giving this speech that an unknown man bust from the crowd and hoped onto the SUV car he was in. He started by saying that it was his first time climbing the car of a big person. The man who has only been identified to be a businessman sent the crowd laughing by his words. The man went ahead to tell the deputy president that the road on which he was standing was spoilt and if it had been a rainy season, he could not have been able to stand there. He asked him to make efforts and repair the drainage system of the road once he has been elected as president.
He also asked Ruto to make plans for a University setup in the area as most of the youth in the area have not attended university as there is none in the region. The man's heroic words sent the crowd cheering as they supported his thoughts. When the deputy president took back the microphone, he answered him in simple words, "don't worry," which means he promised to help them with all that.
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