Deputy President William Ruto today presented a brand new school bus to Riyabe Mixed Secondary School, Kitutu Masaba, Nyamira County after engaging locals at Keroka Town sparking mixed reactions. During his today's visit, Deputy President was accampanied by several United Democratic Alliance, UDA allies including Members of Parliaments Silvanus Osoro of South Mugirango, Vincent Kemosi of West Mugirango, Shadrack Mose of Kitutu Masaba, Dominic Koskei of Sotik, Vincent Musyoka of Mwala, Joash Nyamoko of North Mugirango and former MPs Omingo Magara and Joseph Kiangoi.
Deputy President William Ruto also engaged his supporters at Borabu, Nyamira County at Chepilat, Kijauri and Metamaywa where a mammoth of huge crowd turned up.
He informed them about what the Hustler Nation is planning for them together with the Bottom-up Economic Model. Run also indicated his robust agenda of providing Ksh100k in every constituency every year to fund small business enterprises.
He asked the crowd to declare whether they support UDA or the Kitendawili people and they shouted 'UDA'. This made him happy and he boldly said, "Kweli mtu wa kitendawili atapata tabu sana."
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