Deputy President William Ruto donated Sh2 million to boda boda Saccos and small-scale traders in Migori County.He added that Sh1.5 million will be given to 48 boda boda Saccos in the constituency, and the remaining Sh500,000 will be distributed to small scale retailers in the area.
He urged the constituents to vote for him, saying he is best-suited to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.While addressing the roadside crowd from the top of his sport utility vehicle, the deputy president spotted a woman carrying an umbrella, and asked if she could pass it to him, and the woman did.
Therefore he asked for Sh20,000 from one of his bodyguards in the car and handed over the money to the woman, identified as Mackline Besides a youthful man walking in crutches asked to be allowed to speak with the DP. Upon reaching his vehicle, he gave him Sh20,000 after a brief conversation.
He also claimed President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga have teamed up to frustrate his presidential bid, saying that his only hope was now lying with the ordinary Kenyans.
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