Deputy president William Ruto is slowly emerging to be a very formidable candidate in 2022 as he slowly builds up the hustler brand of politics with his resolve and that of his allies growing firmer with each passing day.
And today, the deputy president raided Wiper Democratic Movement party leader Kalonzo Musyoka's home ground and pulled very huge crowds in Salama, Emali, Sultan Hamoud among other areas of the vote rich region.
During the events, Ruto freely mingled with the locals and even appeared to eat roasted maize bought from one of the residents even as huge crowds gathered to witness the occasion.
However, most kenyans who took to comment on the photos shared by former digital strategist in the office of the president Dennis Itumbi had none of it and accused him of several things ranging from holding public gatherings, dishonesty to the hustlers among others.
Damia: Kura nayo itakua ndoto. in fact let youths not vote for Ruto he is fooling us izo pesa an apeane as he will recover them while in the office na sisi ndio tutaumia kama uko na akili think deep.
Duncan Koome: What time will the hustlers work? Politicking during working hours. A clear sign that Kenya people are jobless of course caused by the same politicians we are cheering at.
Mwalimu Kabul: Hired youths are still stranded, you promised a 1k but left them with Zero coin, ground is completely different from the perception your are creating online, the truth will hit you hard.
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