A new song has surfaced online thanking the deputy president William Ruto for standing with hustlers all through without blinking an eye. The new song is part of the strategy to win Ruto votes in the city ahead of the 2022 general election.
Here is a video link:https://youtu.be/fTigs2ViNM8
It's clear songs at times clearly demonstrate of the wish and minds of the people for a song can easily revolutionize. The fact of the matter is that moving into the 2022 general election, songs especially praising politicians could easily tilt numbers.
It's a fact the deputy president William Ruto is using songs to ascend to the highest office in the country as songs at times catch the minds, wish and thoughts of the people. It's interesting to see of the turn of events ahead of the 2022 general election given Ruto is leaving no stone unturned at this moment.
The new song in the modern language commonly known as Sheng clearly might tilt the matrix and all tables against Raila. The fact that Ruto is looking forward to working with OKA leaders clearly demonstrate of why he might be the next CEO of this republic.
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