"At the Karen Residence in Nairobi County, engaged more than 3,000 members of the Wamama na Hustler, a group that has undertaken to promote our Bottom-Up Economic Model across the country." Deputy President William Ruto confirmed of his huge meeting today.
After the brilliant rally in Kirinyaga County where he was accompanied by Governor Anne Waiguru, women representatives Purity Ngirici and several other top leaders, DP Ruto is still on meeting with his loyal leaders and supporters.
Today, twelve prominent UDA legislatures were present with Deputy President William Ruto at the Karen Residence where they were popularising the Hustler Nation.
These leaders included: Gvn Anne Waiguru, Hon Jayne Kihara, Senator Millicent Omanga, Senator Isaac Mwaura, Hon Patrick Wainaina, Hon George Theuri, Hon Nixon Korir, Hon Benjamin Gathiru, Hon James Gakuya, Hon Simon Mbugua, Nelson Havi and Bishop Wanjiru.
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