DP Ruto's key ally, Dennis Itumbi has now claimed that vocal ODM Senator, James Orengo is following in Ruto's footsteps. Itumbi reacted after Siaya Senator, James Orengo engaged his electorate in an empowerment programme meant to benefit thousand of women.
ODM Party has been criticizing Ruto's empowerment programmes across the country. Sen. Orengo's latest empowerment Programme of the Siaya Traders Umbrella Organization Sacco which will benefit over 10,000 women has been related to DP Ruto's empowerment activities across the country.
@OleItumbi Even @orengo_james understands the #HustlerNation message by DP @WilliamsRuto - The conversation changed! https://t.co/fE8a9MS3At
Itumbi has claimed that Sen James Orengo now understands the Hustler Nation message by Deputy President, Dr. William Ruto who is keen on helping the low income earners like the "Mama Mbogas" and Bodaboda men. The Country's Second in Command has always reinstated that the bottom-up economy model will be a game changer in the country.
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