"Mimi Si Mjinga, Mimi Si Mlevi," Ruto Says As He Vows To Transform Kenya If He Wins In 2022
By ObserverNews | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 5679 views
Deputy President William Ruto on Thursday started his 3 day tour at the coast region with opening a series of projects at Lungalunga constituency funded by CDF.
While addressing local residents in an event aired live on his Twitter handle, the Dp has barked at those castigating the Hustler movement by saying they don't want to see the ordinary person being uplifted.
Ruto told residents that if he takes over in 2022, he will add another Ksh 100M to the constituency kitty for Mps to boost ordinary businesses of Mama mboga , mkokoteni guys to thrive.
Ruto vowed saying "Mimi si mjinga, mimi si mlevi najua kitu ninachosema". As he maintained that it's possible. The Dp said the time to change the economic model of the country is now,and that will be achieved by boosting small scale traders.
The dp told off his competitors for criminalizing Hustler Nation movement by saying it's not a class war but a fight against poverty.
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