There have been a lot of questions in speculating after Ngong residents flocked to where deputy president's helicopter was parked and started to massage it without anyone dismissing or tampering with them. The happy residents who flocked around the deputy president's helicopter could be heard saying that, "hii ni ya Hustler" which means that this is chopper is for the hustler.
This is according to the information and post that was published in by Citizen TV in their official Facebook account showing Ngong residents unanimously supporting William Ruto Hustler narrative as they took photos with the helicopter belonging to the second-in-command without any security concerns.
This has caused very many reactions among the social media people who have said that it is a security threat of letting people tampering with the deputy president's helicopter without bothering about the safety of the plane. The following are some of the comments captured from social Media platform for citizen TV Kenya showing Kenyans with dissatisfaction on how people could be allowed to tamper with the deputy president helicopter.
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