Hustler nation camp led by United Democratic Alliance party leader his Excellency Dr William Samoei Ruto made a grand return to Odinga's rural backyard, Busia County ahead of his Bottom up economic approach political campaigns aiming at garnering more support from the region.
Speaking during one of his stopovers at Kamolo Teso North, a mammoth of crowd turned out to listen to the second head of state. According to the video shared on his official Facebook page, DP Ruto Was captured telling a man who was carried up by a wheelbarrow to get down. The main intention of the man was to get DP Ruto's attention, however, his plan felt on a deaf ear and he was forced to get down.
"Ngonja nani please" DP Ruto Was heard telling the man.
Here is the link to the video https://www.facebook.com/williamsamoei/videos/837397420289848/?app=fbl.
Optimistic DP Ruto proceeded with his address whereby he assured the residents that his government will create more jobs to youths of this nation.
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