During his rally that began early this morning, a Meru resident has won big following a move that was taken by a UDA leader who had been given a chance by DP Ruto to speak to the people who had gathered to listen to them.
The UDA leader decided to purchase a chicken for DP Ruto from one of the people who had attended the rally at a cost of five thousand Kenyan shillings. He went ahead to add that they will be helping people who engage in small businesses so that they can grow economically.
"Mimi hii kuku nataka tupatie hustler kuku sababu alikuwa muuzaji wa kuku. Na hii kuku mimi nataka nilipe hustler elfu tano nitalipa tupatie hustler zawadi yake. Na kwa hivyo sisi vile tunataka watu wa nguvu wote leo tumesema tutawasaidia katika biashara ndogo ndogo na naibu rais asante na tusema ule analetanga kitendawili hapa no more," said the UDA member of parliament.
Click on the video link below to watch the amount of money a UDA leader paid for one chicken while in Meru.
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