The issue of Raila's agenda has been the main concern in Ruto's recent rallies and today the deputy president William Samoei Ruto nailed it when he asked the crowd a question that left everyone in laughter before he received the reply. Ruto asking about Youths accepting a shorter time handout left everyone in laughter and added if giving handouts will help improve the economy.
The Nakuru crowd replied that they can't be lured by a small amount of money that will make them continue derailing in poverty and they only need permanent improvement of the living standards of the youths.
Ruto said that Raila's big plan is to change the constitution and give handouts to the youths something that will not favor majority of the people and revealed that Raila's plan is to distribute power within themselves. Ruto seems to be widely recognized and accepted as the crowd shouted back to him that they will not vote Raila as the next president.
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