Youths across the country are very much happy after the deputy president, William Somoei Ruto engaged them at Nyayo National stadium last night. It was during the launching of Kenya Kwanza youths charter. The Kenyan youths now feel included in the coming government should Ruto win the presidential seat.
Ruto accompanied by other Kenya Kwanza principles and members including Musalia Mudavadi, Rigathi Gachagua, Moses Kuria, Moses Wetangula, Alfred Mutua, Aden Duale, Jonson Sakaja, Ndindi Nyoro, Cate Waruguru, Charles Jaguar among others did something that has left Kenyans happy with him.
Ruto is a down to earth man who understands that youths are very important people in the future of the country. He fully engaged them in their businesses they had come to showcase including maize roasting, hair dressing, football playing, paper printing, Deejaying, boxing and many other more that youths had come to showcase during the event. Ruto assured them that there will be youths fund to support them and their businesses.
Below are some photos of the meeting with the youths.
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