Senator Orengo (C) (Photo Courtesy)
Deputy President William Ruto has been at the forefront in urging Kenyans to change their conversation and join him to find the solutions to our economy. According to his brigade, Kenyans need a leader who will fight for the hustlers. He dared the Kieleweke when he openly disclosed that, he is the only leader who can do so.
Amid this discussion, Senior Counsel Orengo James who is also a close ally of former prime minister Raila Odinga has elicited reactions after alleging how he has steered an empowerment program of the Siaya Umbrella Organisation Sacco. According to the hustler's camp, Orengo has managed to change his conversation.
His message has awakened the hustler's spokesman honorable Itumbi who reacted to Orengo's message. Itumbi has been impressed when the Siaya senator revealed how he is helping Kenyans who ails from Siaya.
Meanwhile, DP Ruto has today stormed Kitui as he woos Kenyans to support his ambitions.
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