In the world, we are living today it's not easy to pass a message to high profile dignitaries and get feedback. Especially politicians it's not a bed of roses to get their attention once you inbox them because of different reasons that are only known to them.
However, deputy president William Ruto has shown how he can interact with the local common man. He started a movement called hustler nation which his agenda is to make every Kenyan whether poor or rich to feel accepted.
Through screenshots shared on social media by a resident in Kisumu city who goes by the name Jared, he has taken the courage to shoot his shot at the deputy president inbox. Jared asked the president when will they bring United democratic alliance registration membership to Kisumu county.
Jared explained to Dr William Ruto that at Kisumu county there are UDA supporters and they are waiting for membership registration. The Deputy president took chance and humbled himself to reply to a UDA fan and a Kisumu resident that, they should continue to mobilise and soon UDA will be at Kisumu to do membership registration.
"Waabie wakae rada UDA ni ya kila MTU, meanwhile organise and mobilize we are coming" Dp Ruto answered. Check out the screenshots of the conversation.
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