Kitui County Governor Charity Ngilu has taken swipes at Deputy President William Ruto's Wheelbarrow slogan and his Bottom-up economic approach.
Speaking on Thursday when she accompanied Martha Karua to the Kisii rally, Ngilu lashed out at Ruto for allegedly promising Kenyan youth wheelbarrows yet his children have lucrative jobs including ambassadors.
She claimed that riding on a wheelbarrow is a bad omen meaning one will die. She went ahead to claim Ruto wants all Kenyans dead so that he can remain alone with his family
"I don't understand what is Bottom-up, does it mean turning oneself upside down? yet he comes here talking about wheelbarrows. His daughter is an ambassador because he is a Deputy President, he should take that wheelbarrow to his children. From where I come from when you are put in a wheelbarrow, it means you are going to die meaning Ruto would like all Kenyans to be put in a wheelbarrow so that they can die and he remains with his children," claimed Ngilu
She said Ruto should stop complaining about high food prices when he is still in office adding that he is in government and should start implementing what he is promising. She said Raila is not in government and should not be blamed for the high cost of living.
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