Nyali MP Mohammed Ali during previous rally (Photo Credit: Twitter)
A soundable crowd of people that Deputy President William Ruto and his allied targeted were present during the stopover where they made various promises to them.
Nyali MP Mohammed Ali who is the host of Deputy President William Ruto took the mic and made a big promise to the people that got them go wild.
Mohammed Ali stated that Deputy President William Ruto is willing to create a Government that will make the Hustler sit side by side with the rich.
"Tutaunda serikali ambayo Hustler ataketi bunge moja na tajiri wa hii Kenya yetu. (Our Government will be of equals with the Hustler set to have more opportunities luke others.)" Ali stated.
This is a brilliant promise to the people who might be convinced to support Ruto and vote him as President.
Watch the video of Nyali MP Mohammed Ali making the pledge in the link below:
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