Hon Philip Moi, who is the elder brother to Senator Gideon Moi ignited a hot debate online when he posted this over the Politics of 'wheelbarrows' which are associated with DP William Samoei Ruto. (Courtesy photo)
According to his latest post, he said the wheelbarrows were meant for the 16th century not 21st century. He then questioned on how a graduate of Bsc in Education can benefit on wheelbarrows.
It's remembered that the UDA Party which is muchly associated with DP Ruto is using Wheelbarrow as it's symbol. It's also advocates for the bottom-up economic model which is meant to empower the 'hustlers' in the country which includes those people using Wheelbarrows in their daily hustles to get their living.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them told him that several people in the 21st century are still using the wheelbarrows to get their living. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, comments and don't forget to share widely￼
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