Deputy President Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza brigades are currently holding a political rally in North Imenti Meru County in a bid to strengthen their position ahead of August polls. Deputy President Ruto took his time to respond to the ongoing speculation that he wanted to slap Uhuru and declared that he did not have a bad intention against Uhuru Kenyatta. He revealed that he was the chief campaigner of Uhuru Kenyatta and he could not allow Uhuru to give up yet they had won the election in a good way.
While Kindiki was addressing the residents, one of the boys gave deputy President Ruto a painting which has his picture. Deputy President Ruto took the painting and gave the boy some money as a clear indication that he was impressed with his job. Deputy President Ruto declared that he will uplift the economy of the hustlers in the country if elected in the August polls. (Time code, while Kindiki was addressing residents)
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