Deputy President William Ruto has today amazed Residents of Isiolo North Sub-County after Dressing like a woman who he addressed during his political rally.
Delivering his speech regarding his 2022 presidential Aspiration, Ruto received a tricky question from Residents who wanted to enquire why he dressed up in a Leso.
"Lakini Mkubwa, Kwani Wewe ni Mama. Niaje leo umevalia leso kama mama?," Courageous youth asked Ruto Today.
In his response, Ruto said that his political affiliation doesn't belong to men only, adding that he has been an advocate of gender equality. He has also reported that the next Government will be comprised of all kinds of people including ordinary citizens such as Mama Mboga.
Finally, Ruto has reported that his administration will set aside kshs 100 million after every financial year for every constituency which will be used to elevate the common mwananchi.
All the same, the political temperatures in the country have continued to escalate in the recent days as a result of the anticipated BBI referendum.
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