President William Ruto and deputy President Rigathi Gachagua's photos have made day as they portraits different facial expressions while they arrive for Hustler Funds Launch at Green Park Terminus, Nairobi. President William Ruto and deputy President Rigathi Gachagua while enjoying "Mahindi Choma" they are spotted with facial expressions " sura ya Kazi" while talking to the small scale traders known as"hustlers" at Green Park Railway, Nairobi.
"President William Ruto, DP Rigathi Gachagua enjoy ‘mahindi choma.' They were talking to small-scale traders popularly known as 'hustlers' during the launch of the Hustler Fund at Green Park, Railways in Nairobi." ~ Standard digital.
Further, while talking to small scale traders who were selling potatoes, President William Ruto and Deputy President Hon Rigathi Gachagua are also spotted with "sura ya Kazi" afterwards he laughs at the trader as he shakes hands. This left some asking rhetorical questions to the amount of money President William Ruto paid for the potatoes as they say "How much do you think the Potatoes cost."
Below are some of their photos;
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