The 2022 elections are fast approaching with political leaders struggling to come into terms with the common people or what they call it 'hustlers'. William Ruto is riding on two narratives, the hustler narrative and bottom up economic model. He has won the hearts of many especially the lowclass and middles class. He has also won the hearts of church goerers as he has been consistent in going to churches and donating money used to build them.
Yesterday, the second in command was in Email Town where he addressed the people of the area. This came after his two days lower eastern economic bloc discussion with leaders from ukambani. He addressed the crowd which appeared so interested to listen to his words. However, he went ahead to do two things that makes him one of the most lovable politician.
He called upon a leader of Bodaboda to address the crowd and people appeared to cheer him up. He also ordered for a maize from a vender bought it and ate it in front of the crowd and people were also excited.
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