Deputy president William Ruto together with his brigade stormed Ukambani region where he met with small scale traders coming from Makueni county. After the meeting, Ruto proceeded to Salama Town where he was warmly welcomed with joy, happiness and ullulations by jovial huslters. A mammoth of crowd blocked the busy road forcing DP Ruto to made a stop over to address his supporters.
DP Ruto assured residents of Makueni, Kitui and Machakos county that his government will be able to sort out the issue of water in that region once and for all. DP Ruto also requested BBI proponents to stay aside so that the economy of this country can be changed rather than changing the constitution.
''Kwanza tutafute maji mkulima aweze kupanua kilimo yake. Na kabla hawajatuambia hii stori ya kubadilisha katiba vyeo na mamlaka, tunawaambia ngojeni Kwanza, wacha Kwanza tubadilishe uchumi ili hawa vijana wengi ambao hawana kazi weweze kupata kazi,'' DP Ruto said.
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