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Hustlers in Ruto's Emali Rally Left Stranded, MCA claims

Deputy President William Ruto has today taken his hustlers campaigns to Ukambani along Mombasa Road.

Road who had a meeting with UDA leaders from Ukambani region held stop overs at Emali, Sultan Hamud, Salama, Malili, Makutano Chumvi along Mombasa Road his Bottom-up economic model maintaining that it's set to advance the country's transformation agenda.

Ruto noted that it is time the country comes together and work on containing political divisions.

"We must come together and work towards containing political divisions in our country. When united we acquire more stamina to conduct issue based, people centred politics," Ruto noted.

The deputy president was accompanied by Governor Josphat Nanok, MPs Victor Munyaka, Katoo ole Mititu, Josephat Kabeabea, Nimrod Mbai, former Machakos Senator Jonhson Muthama among other leaders.

Addressing small business owners at Emali, Ruto noted that his Bottom-up up model provides new investment enviroment, cash flow and investment needs.

However, after the meeting, Makueni leader now claims that people who were in the Emali rally are stranded.

The nominated MCA Mbula Mutula claims that the people who were in the rally were ferried with a promise of being facilitated with Sh1,000 each but were left after the rally was over.

"Siasa ya hustler fake Ni ngumu Sana, they ferried people from different places promising the a 1000/= and now our people are stranded in Emali town, wanapanga kupanga crowds kama cabbage," the MCA claimed.

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Josphat Nanok MCA Mombasa Road Sultan Hamud Ukambani


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