Do you remember when Deputy President William Ruto said in a live television that wheelbarrow is a sign of UDA party and that he has never donated them to anyone? Well, that might be change after one of his allies spotted donating wheelbarrows to Githurai traders.
According to the viral post by Kenyans.co.ke, on twitter, the Jubilee party nominated Senator and a diehard supporter of Deputy President William Ruto is seen donating hundreds of wheelbarrows branded UDA to a section of traders in Githurai.
As seen in the photo, Githurai traders are observed receiving their gifts from Honourable Mwaura. This is contrary to what the second in command of Kenya has been heard saying that his party do not intend to give anyone a wheelbarrow and that they are used as UDA party symbols.
The post has raised debate among Kenyans others claiming that the donation of wheelbarrows to Githurai traders is a mockery to the poor Kenyans.
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