Deputy president William Ruto has on Monday evening received a warm reception in Kajiado South constituency.
The second in command has made a stopover at Kimana Town to engage with the mwananchi after a two day Lower Eastern Economic Bloc Forum at Amboseli kajiado county.
Ruto was joined by a section of leaders including former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama among others who have also addressed the residents of the region.
During the stopover the DP has continued to champion for the hustler nation narrative where he has vowed to ensure the livelihoods of the 'mama mbogas' and 'bodaboda' riders once he hopefully forms the next gov't in 2022.
Here is the video as the second in command has received a heroic reception in Kajiado.
Here are the reactions by Kenyans on social media;
This comes just a day just after he received the same reception in kiambu county, Mt Kenya region where for long he has been looking to stamp his support ahead of the 2022 general election.
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