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The deputy president William Ruto is still exploring various areas to disclose his political plans towards the August election. However today the UDA team visited Pipeline, Embakasi in Nairobi county where hundreds of people have converged to welcome him.In addition Ruto is accompanied by other politicians from other counties.The UDA team is emphasizing on the Bottom up economy approach that focus to improve the lifestyles of small scale businesses.During his political rally today, the deputy president bought bananas from an upcoming investors.The middle aged woman who was selling bananas using a basin, was astonished after Ruto bought all the bananas and issued them to the people.It was an incidence that made this woman to shed tears of happiness after receiving money from Ruto.Indeed people have reacted towards this incidence as they raise various views via social media pages.However the political steam is expected to rise as more political aspirants show interest to vie for leadership. https://youtu.be/Ga_-S_VXZtw(Link for Ruto buying bananas).
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