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- The Deputy President William Samoe Ruto has today met Nakuru small scale business.

- He was accompanied by over 50 Mps as he tries to consolidate his support base ahead of the 2022 polls.

Deputy President William Samoe Ruto is working around the clock to see himself occupy the top seat on the hill in the coming polls.

The second in command has today engaged wananchi and drummed up support for the Hustler Nation’s Bottom-Up Economic Development Model in Nakuru City, Nakuru-County.

Ruto said the foundation of the unity pact that they had in Nakuru some years back remains solid and unshakeable. He commented they are committed to further the stability of our country, and change the course of our politics to one that is anchored on the empowerment of millions of ordinary people.

He further said the primary stakeholders of our country’s present and future are the youth.

"They must refuse to be limited by their imagination and take responsibility in empowering themselves by registering as voters from Monday next week."

He also engagement with small-scale traders, grassroots leaders & opinion shapers at Ngata, Nakuru County, hosted by Senator Susan Kihika.

Leaders present were Hon Aden Duale, Charity Kathambi, Falhada Dekow, Soipan Tuya, Rahab Mukami, Susan Kihika, Johana Ng'eno, Didmus Barasa, David Gikaria, Hon Oscar Sudi and Osoro Sylvanus.

Others were Nixon Korir, Hon Kangata, Lizah Chelule, Rigathi Gachagua, Joyce Korir, Mathias Robi and Samuel Gachobe.

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