As the next year general election nears, leaders are moving all over the country to sell their candidature and win the hearts of voters. The top sit being eyed on is the presidential one since president Uhuru Kenyatta's term is coming to an end.
Charity Ngilu has surprised Kitui people today by giving them trucks that will help them with their livestock industry. Traders at Kabati town in Machakos were relieved by the charity from Ngilu as they stated that the trucks will reduce the long trekking hours of moving livestock." The returns from will be re-invested back into the livestock industry. Our livestock traders will be well represented in the running of these trucks to endure equity and fairness," said Ngilu.
Ngilu, who is yet to reveal her next political move, whether she will be joining Raila Odinga, Deputy president William Ruto or Musalia Mudavadi will be speaking tomorrow morning in radio Maisha. Tune in at 8am to get the whole story.
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