Check Out What Tangatanga MPs Did In Kilifi To Justify How Much Hustlers' They Are (PHOTOS)
By SharonMundia | self meida writer
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Kilifi County residents were amused when Tangatanga allied Members of Parliament tried to show them how 'humble' they were in their 'Hustler versus Dynasty' narrative.
Deputy President William Ruto visited the County to inspect government projects that were ongoing. He was accompanied by several MPs to the coastal areas.
The men and women who attended the rally were left in stitches when Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa and her counterpart from Nyali Mohamed Ali addressed them while standing on wheelbarrows supported by their security details.
It is understood that they wanted the attendees to see how down to earth they were and ready to work with common Mwananchi.
Their choice of wheelbarrow could also have been brought by it being their new party (United Democratic Party - UDP) symbol.
"Sijui mbona wajidunishe hivyo ilhali wana V8, Mercedes na magari makubwa. Hii ni kama kutucheka sisi walalahoi." A villager was overheard lamenting.
Others though praised DP Ruto's camp for being in their shoe.
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