Yesterday, the deputy president and his Bottom Up Economic Model crusaders took the presidential campaigns to Ukambani region. Dp Ruto met several small scale business people and hundreds of Hustler's to convince them on why they should vote for the UDA party in the coming polls. However reactions sparked in the media from different political factions after the second in command declared to fund ksh 1 million for the Mutito Andei "prostitutes." According to Ruto, the money was ment to help them have another business and dump the current one which they revealed to him that is "ugly" to the society. However the ODM secretary general Hon Sifuna has quashed Ruto's efforts revealing that he is against his political slogan of "kazi ni kazi." He also unveiled that that Dp Ruto is not more open about his agenda in helping the jobless youths of the nation.
"Oh so William Ruto now believes in finding dignified work for all our people?...." Sifuna posted.
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