Like a fictional storyline, DP Ruto is facing a hard time explaining his relevance to the proclaimed hustler. Ruto today exposed that he has run away from Boda Boda men, mama mboga and the rest while addressing Kandara delegates at Karen, Nairobi county.
Today, September 16, while DP Ruto addressed delegates from his Karen residence, he pointed out a fuel price hike that is troubling most Kenyans.
He called upon the national committee to sit down with the president to address the issue of the rampant increased fuel price.
Deputy President's office should work closely with the president rather than crying in the streets like normal villagers. DP Ruto should have called Uhuru Kenyatta immediately after learning of the fuel price hike.
Instead, Ruto lead his way to entice voters and holding day to day delegates meeting in his home while real hustlers go through a mountain of difficulties with the current marginalized economic situation.
Ruto has distanced himself from government projects, especially failures to earn public sympathy before the 2022 general polls.
Despite Ruto's ability to fight for hustler, he has chosen the hard way - emphasizing succession politics leaving behind millions of citizens drowning in a sea of poverty.
Going by statistics, Ruto's coda message to Uhuru was fake, he is fooling the real sufferers while he cannot help them. DP should resign and declare his bid to run for the presidency in 2022 rather than castigating the government, receiving taxpayers money and claiming to be a hustler.
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