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What William Ruto Did in Maua Today

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2020-10-17 12:22:02

William Ruto today visited Maua region of Mt Kenya in his many tours around the country lately. He has wowed the residents of Maua and the entire nation when he bought boiled eggs from a hustler and ate them right there together with Mithuka Linturi.

Ruto also asked his security team to allow a man who wanted to speak with him get to where he was.

The deputy president is a down to earth leader and identifies himself with the very common Kenyan at the very bottom. He was quick to criticize the much spoken about creation of more government positions.

He said the focus should be on the common Kenyans on how their get support for whichever business they operate. He said the conversation in the country should be from bottom up.

The deputy president further said every hustle should be respected. He mentioned that he has received a lot of bashing because of interacting with the common Kenyans instead of the high and mighty.

With the better part of Kenya's population being in the informal sector, Ruto believes it is through supporting what they already do that will lift them upwards.

Ruto mentioned that the government will build a KMTC institution in Maua for the youths of the region to advance their careers.

The deputy president was accompanied by a host of leaders from across the country, who castigated the push for more political positions as well led by Aisha Jumwa, Moses Kuria, Didmus Barasa, Mithuka Linturi, Kimani Ichungwa among others.

Watch the video here https://www.dropbox.com/s/z6p5adpub1ao6vq/122020256_421563732164200_2630152024640850149_n.mp4?dl=0

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