Kabogo who expressed confidence that Ruto will win the presidential election said he wanted to enter into a contract with Ruto to give Kiambu residents money.
According to Kabogo who was speaking at Gatundu Stadium in Kiambu County, he and Ruto would provide Sh1 billion each which the residents of Kiambu can borrow as loans.
The former governor said if Ruto wins the presidential election, then he, Kabogo, should give Sh1 billion and Ruto Sh1 billion so that Kiambu residents can improve their lives.
DP Ruto in his campaigns has been saying he will set aside funds which “hustlers” can borrow at low interest rates so that they stop borrowing from shylocks and fuliza which charges high interest rates.
“Because Ruto will be the fifth president, I want to enter into a contract with him here, mimi nitaweka one billion na Ruto ataweka one billion iwe fuliza ya watu wa Kiambu. (I will give Sh1 billion and Ruto will give Sh1 billon to be fuliza for Kiambu residents),” said Kabogo.
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