Today Ruto is on a tour to Nyeri county. Ruto has been crisscrossing the counter to popularize his bottom up political agenda. In various places he has witnessed a calm welcome and today his visit to Mukurweini and karatina did not disappoint. Thousands came out to welcome the second in command.
In Mukurweini Ruto witnessed a Mammoth crowd which closed the road in demand to be addressed. In a meeting held next to the largest market in Kenya. Ruto has affirmed his commitment to help the people in the lower rank. Addressing the issue of loans without collaterals and security to the youths, Ruto attracted the attention of all present, majority of whom were small business and traders. The people welcomed his speech with ululations.
In Mukurweini Ruto was forced to delay his speech as hundreds changed slogan in support of the hustler nation slogan and which is used by the UDA party in selling their agendas. Watch Rutos tour to Mukurweini can be described using the following link.https://www.facebook.com/williamsamoei/videos/464422741681090/?app=fbl
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