A group of young and energetic men lit up social media today, they are singing around the road chanting names of deputy president William Ruto all the way. The group of men is from Kilifi county, it is not established their main concern.
Hustler nation is unstoppable towards the next general elections in Kenya next year. Ruto's camp is expanding now and then, he is on the verge of snatching the Coastal region from Raila Odinga.
Ruto must be happy with the young men in Kilifi. A few days ago, Ruto won big against jubilee and handshake at large in past mini polls.
Yesterday, after a big win, Ruto celebrated the results in style. He was taking a group of Luhya professional to consolidate with them way forward ahead of the next polls.
Ruto is favourite to succeed outgoing president Uhuru Kenyatta next year. He has done all that is available to young people in Kenya to help them eradicate poverty in the country.
Hustler nation is yet to respond to those men who were shouting and singing in praise of Ruto. In the video that was shared on social media, the men appeared with banners singing Ruto name.
Other groups were rising wheelbarrow overhead. This is a remarkable journey towards the presidential race. Ruto is known for his project of giving wheelbarrow and mkokoteni to vulnerable Kenyans.
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