Ruto was today in Meru county for a second day in a row. Alongside other learders Ruto visited the town of Maua. Thousands had paraded in the streets from.as far as Meru University to welcome the deputy president and UDA presidential aspirant. In one of the most well attended rallies Ruto has sealed the Miraa growing hub as a UDA centre.
Before addressing the huge crowd Ruto had to take time to calm people shouting. This delayed his time as chanting continued. His visit to the region is with no doubt a big win for him. The region is with open hands embracing the hustler narrative slogan of Kazi Ni Kazi. Ruto promised the people jobs and a boost to the economic value of Miraa, a commodity produced here in large quantities.
Earlier before Ruto took to the rally he shared a breakfast in a small hotel belonging to a group of women.This was in line with promoting the hustler spirit. Here he highlighted the need for people to come together and start ventures. Watch the video using the Facebook link provided below.
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