A Bodaboda rider has today surprised the deputy president William Ruto by revealing of the ordeals ablnd the troubled life of most of them. According to him, they rent a motorbike but are supposed to give the owner Ksh 300 when they haven't gotten it.
According to the young man at times, they sleep hungry with their families for they will have to part with three hundred they get per day to the owner. According to him, DP Ruto should consider helping the riders uplift their lives.
DP Ruto was surprised to hear of the lives that Bodaboda riders go through and he opted to ensure their issues are completely addressed. Ruto will going forward be listening to the people to understand of the problems that they face as the young people.
It's clear DP Ruto is spearheading the bottom up approach model something that's complicating matters for his competitors. His approach now to listen directly from the people other then the leaders is something that has seen him get to know the issues that face most of the young people across the country.
Here is the video evidence for the same;https://youtu.be/9y1o8F4omLU
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