DP Ruto went for a four-day tour in Narok County where he popularised his bottom-up economic model agenda to the people and revealed his 2022 plans. Today being the last day of his visit, he went to Kilgoris Town attracting a big crowd.
In his speech, he told people that lifting those who don't have jobs is his first priority and not changing the constitution to benefit a few powerful individuals. He also promised to ensure that youths have jobs once he is given a chance to become the president
After finishing the bigger part of his speech and contributing money to mama mbogas and bodaboda riders, he wanted the leaders who accompanied him to the rally to say a word. However, as he was welcoming them, excited youths caused a nuisance by lifting placards and a wheelbarrow written UDA on it while chanting his name.
The DP was forced to order the youths to lower them because they were interrupting his speech making it hard for other people to hear him.
He said, "Hizi mabango sasa tuweke chini. Boss hii bango weka chini tushaona."
Listen to him speak at 00:16:50 on this link.
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