Today, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya, Dr William Samoe Ruto visited the kamba region. Ruto together with his mercenaries took their campaigns to this region where they started their rallies in Makueni county, Kibwezi constituency. Ruto was accompanied by various leaders from the Ukambani region lead by the former senator of Machakos county, hon Johnstone Muthama among other Tangatanga allies including governor Josphat Nanok of Turkana county.[Photo used for illustration purpose only]
Now, it was during this event when Dp Ruto came out to empower the S3x Workers in mtindo andei. As reported by the Star News, the country's second in command promised to channel Shs 1m to this group of people who always engage on dirty businesses. According to this publication, Ruto wants this group to use this money as their capitals in their new and legit businesses.
This is the first time a politician in the country is coming to recognize this group of people who are always viewed as evil people in the society.
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