The words were a humble request to Kenya's Deputy President, William Ruto, to visit the place and at least have an experience or witness what they are going through and perhaps boost their 'hustle'.
This is following the deputy president's narrative that has become popular amongst Kenyans, especially those of a relatively lower social status who now believe that Ruto is one of them and that he has their interests at heart.
Ruto's wheelbarrow and hustler tune seems to be resonating well in the ears of the common Kenyan that has decided to join him in the narrative. The two men felt that if Deputy President Ruto visited their place, he would see their efforts and most probably find a way of boosting their business.
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