Political temperatures in the country continue to increase on a daily basis as political leaders travel from different regions of the country selling their candidacy and capturing the hearts of people.
According to the sources the deputy president William Ruto I'd currently on the live interview at Radio MO in coast where is revealing how he get jobs for the youths in Kenya after securing the presidential position.
According to the sources the DP met with Boda Boda riders in Nyali- Mombasa county, where he told communities that the bottom-up approach is intended to enhance the lives of low-income people like the Boda Boda riders. Together with Mohammed Ali, he helped gather 1.5 million Kenya shillings.
The second in charge went on to criticize Raila Odinga and his program of providing poor families with a monthly stipend of Kshs.6000.
On the live interview the deputy president William Ruto has opened that he is only fighting for president to secure life of many Kenyans because he will make the economy very friendly for everybody something which has caused reactions on the comment section.
Angry some Kenyans have ganged up against him after the second in command revealed that they could helped the Kenyans to the fullest until the PM Raila Odinga joined them inform of handshake.
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