Deputy president William Ruto has toured Raila's Stronghold Machakos county on Wednesday afternoon. Ruto is accompanied by his close associates and other political leaders. Trying to popularize UDA party and selling his bottom up economy model manifestos and his 2022 presidential bid.
Ruto made a stop over at Mlolongo, Machakos county. He pulled out a mammoth crowd of residents, who came out in large number to listen to him. The residents flooded and blocked roads as they welcomed him. As UDA and hustler nation slogan chants filled in the air.
Addressing the residents, Dp Ruto claims that his government will focus on the development of the country's economy. Empowering the local traders and small business owners. His government will make sure every Kenyan has money in the pockets. Through bottom up economy model manifestos and Pesa Mfukoni slogan.
However, his visit in ODM Stronghold has made mixed reactions from citizens. Through comments on live in his Facebook page account. Some are seen mentioning out Ruto's rivals name.
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