Today the deputy president William Ruto took his hustler nation narrative and the bottom up economic model idea to kiambaa constituency where the United democratic association party got its first elected member of parliament hon Njuguna Kawanjiku.
As usual the second in command went to continue with his Political rallies where he is campaigning for his presidency.
But this time round,Ruto was well received by the people of kiambaa who did not only gave him food gift as we have been seeing in his past rallies but this time,a woman from kiambaa who is a great hawker and hustler in the area got a different gift for the deputy president.
As seen on the photos,the woman pictured gifted William Ruto with a pair of shoes branded with the name United democratic association party,with yellow and black colours on them.
It was such a creativity that attracted the deputy president and it made him fit in the shoes of that woman hustler from kiambaa constituency.
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