Deputy president William Ruto today visited the Gatanga area in Murang'a county to continue with his daily empowerment and popularization of his hustler nation team. The deputy president was accompanied by the area mp, mp Ndindi nyoro,Alice Wahome and nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura.
In his address Ruto mentioned a number of services that the government have delivered to the people of Gatanga main one being the completion of roads that were started by the retired president Mwai kibaki.
In his speech,Ruto applauded the government for working extra hard to make sure that they fulfill their promises to Gatanga Residents and Murang'a county as a whole. He also criticized those leaders who are trying to stop him from his daily activities saying he is employed by the people and he must deliver reports to them on how the government is working.
"Sikiliza,weka hiyo mabango chini na usikilize vizuri. Kuna watu kule Nairobi walikuwa wanauliza Sasa uko Gatanga unaenda kufanya nini. Lakini Mimi nataka niwajibu kwamba Mimi ni mfanyikazi wenu na lazima nilete report ya jinsi kazi inavyoendelea." He said. ( "Now listen,put those billboards aside and listen carefully,there are some people in Nairobi who were asking what I was coming to do here in Gatanga,but now I want to answer them that I am your employee and I must bring the report on how the government is doing its job.").
Ruto now has changed his campaign tactics from singing "hustler nation" to mentioning government jobs which seems to excite more citizens who are now buying into his ideas.
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