The deputy president today wondered why some of his political rivals were busy complaining of his effort in helping the less priveledged in the country. While in Jomvu constituency in Mombasa county, the Dp helped a group of Boda Boda riders in a harambee drive. He noted that he would continue with such efforts moving forward.
The second in command further pointed out that he knew what it meant to have an a idea of doing business but at the same time lacking capital. He reminded the locals how he struggled to reach where he is today. He insisted that his believe is that if the hustlers are taken care of, the rich and dynasties can comfortably handle their problems.
Ruto also took time to explain to the residents some of the projects the government was facilitating in conjunction with the county government. He mentioned important ongoing infrastructural projects like roads, water connectivity and bridges that would be beneficial to the locals.
He finally urged the locals to support him in 2022 as he had shown them what he was capable of doing. He noted that he was hardworking and believed in his capabilities as it was a gift from almighty. He asked the locals to always be peaceful and proud of their hustles.
Attached is a video link of the Dp addressing his supporters:
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