The volatile political climate in the country keeps gaining momentum with a new batch of wheelbarrows ready and set to be distributed to the "hustler nation" while deputy president ally Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika makes a bold return to Jubilee Headquarters only hours after Secretary General, Raphael Tuju declared Ruto 'persona non-grata' within the premises.
Susan Kihika's bold return could be a matter of testing waters to see if Tuju can carry out his threat to expel and physically bar the DP from accessing the party headquarters. It's not clear whether Tuju's threat encompassed the " Tanga-tanga" brigade allied to Ruto or if it was specifically for the deputy party leader.
Meanwhile on Twitter the Wheelbarrow Movement is gaining new dimensions with photos and comic comparisons of the DP's other two "wheelbarrows" resting in the shade at his Karen residence while he dishes out the other wheelbarrows to his fellow hustlers.
Top and below are the other "two wheelbarrows" Ruto uses for transport when he's not being pushed around in a handcart for PR.
Although William Samoei Ruto has captured the imagination of the downtrodden majority with his tokenism the truth remains that the DP lives in unrivalled largesse and opulence thanks to fleecing billions meant for government projects to alleviate hunger and poverty for the same hustler he sorts out with a wheelbarrow or a handcart.
As a bonafide member of Jubilee party, Susan Kihika is perfectly within her rights to access the party headquarters yet it will be interesting to see how Raphael Tuju reacts to this latest invasion.
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