Are these men just seeking attention from the DP or they are genuine?
By Christbuoy080 | self meida writer
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Two men who have been displaying desperate placards along Kakamega-Mumias Road in Kakamega County in search of attention from Deputy President William Ruto have been faulted by other members of the public.
Former Kakamega Senator Dr. Boni Khalwale posted the photo on his Twitter Handle showing the two mature men who had a placard looking urging the Hustler President to visit them left a section of Kenyans wondering why many youth now think the culture of handouts could solve their life challenges.
They jumped into comments section with varied reactions some asking why since Ruto started giving handouts, no Hustler has ever improved his or her life.
“Hiyo maisha hatutaki Kenya hiiiiiii,” Evans responded as another Kenyan by the name Observer added saying these are mature men who should be ashamed of begging for handouts on roadsides.
“Calling a 50Years and Above "Youth" Hustler Nation is the very Reasons for kazi Kwa Vijana and Pesa Kwa Wazee”.
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