If it is a matter of living then parents have played a very lucrative role in sustaining lives of their young ones.
The real people every individuals should not turn their back from are parents,they have really tried through thick and thin, passing through dark tunnels to ensure well being of their young ones.
Earlier today a vocal politician and a key defender of deputy president William Ruto's ideologies Dr.Boni Khalwale rocked the social media with emotional statement of how his parents struggled for their survival.
Khalwale narrated that his father used to sell sugarcane on a handcart in Malinya to earn a living.
He further insinuated that his mother also played a key role in supplementing on what the father had done by exploiting in traditional industry and the rest is a bygone.
"My father was selling sugarcane on handcart in Malinya supplemented my mother's exploits in traditional industry and the rest is history."
Former senator responded to a statement that was made by a member of public who challenged him to also use wheelbarrow instead of vying for governor.
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