It has been a successful day for Deputy President William Ruto and his team during their hustlers empowerment meeting in various towns of Makueni County.
Accompanied by grassroot leaders, Deputy President William Ruto made several pledges to residents of the Ukambani region who welcomed him brilliantly.
DP Ruto wrote an appreciation message on his Twitter as he stated:
"I had a wonderful day engaging traders at Kibwezi, Kiundwani and Makindu centres in Makueni County. They say they yearn for growth and want an economy that will enable them rise to the next level by investing in small businesses. This is what we stand for."
Several Kenyans joined in to express their reactions on the successful tour of Deputy President William Ruto in Makueni County. Take a look:
Bryon: "Don't be convinced large crowds doesn't advocate for more votes😂."
Kipcoon: "We are behind you boss. Continue mobilizing, our friends lack agenda instead they are fighting u. Stand firm boss. Walijaribu kuform strugglers movement but wapii 🤭😂 go go @RailaOdinga @Sossion_wilson @kipmurkomen."
Take a look at some photos from the meeting;
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