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"The Rich Can Wait" William Ruto Baptizes Thousands Of Kilgoris Residents With His Hustler Gospel

Deputy President William Ruto is nothing short of resilience and adamant considering his unperturbed pursuit of statehouse dream. The energy and courage to take hundreds of visits and thousand stopovers across the country to preach his bottom up gospel to the desperate hustlers has placed him on another level.

Truth be told regardless of all resistance from the deep state he has done what no other deputy President has done before. He commands influence all over the country and it's apparent that his followers are likely to come from all counties including Raila bedroom.

Today has been just another day when he flexed his political might in Kilgoris when he pulled an unexpected mammoth crowd. The people were filled with joy as they chanted his slogans over and over again. They were ready to give him their ears and just like hundreds times before he didn't disappoint them.

He fired salvos at those presidential candidates meeting groups of rich people claiming to carry the vision of the Kenyan people. According to the second in command time is now ripe for his different kind of politics to take shape in Kenya. As he has always said he will be leading other revolutionary hustlers to shift the ground from political brokers to the people themselves.

He promised to make coalition with normal citizens citing their desperation, having been left out in the government for decades. It's now time for Wanjiku to shape the Kenyan politics. He added that time for constant constitutional amendments is over and the game must change to securing jobs for youths. This was a direct attack at Raila for siding with Mt Kenya billionaires and always pushing constitutional changes as the remedy to Kenyans problems. Anything is possible and Ruto tops the list with Raila as the favourites to clinching the presidency.

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