The lockdown and tough economic times have made many Kenyans to struggle to make ends meet. This has led musician and rapper Khaligraph Jones to pen down a message to the deputy president William Ruto and the ODM leader Raila Odinga asking them to give assistance to Kenyans struggling to survive in the tough economic times.Image: Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones.
The celebrated rapper highlighted the struggles Kenyans go through and asked the two leaders to use their influence to help Kenyans. Deputy President William Ruto was the first to reply saying that he understands what it means to sleep on an empty stomach. He also promised to help the struggling Kenyans and also talk to his friends to give a hand too.
"Bazuu Khaligraph, nimepata message yako bro. Ahsante. Mimi najua the pain of sleeping hungry. As a personal initiative, I am ready to help as we complement government programmes on the same. I will also mobilize my friends to get some more help," assured the DP.
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