Deputy President William Ruto political strategy will remain a topic of concern among different people in Kenya. In what he used as a symbol of youths who are still struggling in life, Ruto has been advocating for his presidential bid via the term wheelbarrows.
Some of Ruto's competitors have criticised him of bringing back the country to the past era where wheelbarrows were the order of the day. ODM Party leader Raila Odinga, Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju and ICT Principals Secretary Jerome Ochieng are the lastest leaders who have criticised the wheelbarrow narrative.
PS Jerome has informed that it was important to focus on tommorow rather than the past. In what he seemed to apparently attack Ruto, he penned two photos; one of laptops and the other with wheelbarrows.
However, there are some netizens who opposed PS Jerome informing that wheelbarrows were most important that laptops. He rebuked laptops confirming that they have made many youths poor since they used them in gambling.
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