The Deputy President William Samoei Ruto has been attracting mass of people in most events he attends. Today, he was in Makueni County where he interacted with small scall traders in Emali, Sultan Hamud and Salama towns. Many people shown up in the streets praising the hustler narrative whole lifting wheelbarrows.
In a post shared by Tuko news on Facebook, Orange Democratic Movement party member of parliament Hon John Mbadi said that DP Ruto huge crowds witnessed in various places is just any other crowds and does not imply or reflect the actual followers.
In his statements he compared the crowd with that of a man selling a hyena in the market, he must attract crowd as well. He advised people not to be lured by DP Ruto's large crowd.
Many Netizens reacted to the post by Tuko news with alot of mixed views. Here are some of their comments.
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