The deputy president William Ruto today held a rally in Kiambu County where he was received by a huge crowd which was carrying different items for sale. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto bought bananas from one of the hustlers who were selling on the road.
The deputy president William Ruto after buying the banana he started eating while addressing the residents who were happy to welcome him in the region. The whole of Gachie market was full of people who were celebrating the deputy president William Ruto's action of eating a banana. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto assured the small traders that he will support them if he becomes the president.
Ruto also urged the Kiambu residents to register as voters so that they can elect him in the next general election. He continued by urging leaders to work together so that they can change the living style of poor people. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance so that we can overcome this deadly disease called covid-19 in our country.
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