Deputy President William Ruto has once again found himself on the receiving end following his latest move. Ruto on Tuesday became the first Leader in the country to receive the Russian Sputnik V Vaccine despite the ongoing controversies surrounding the dose. The Sputnik V Jab is estimated to cost around Ksh 15400 for both doses.
Governor Alfred Mutua on Thursday, April 1, 2021 launched attacks on DP Ruto for opting for the expensive jab yet there is a free covid-19 vaccine for all. According to Mutua, Ruto should not call himself a hustler any more after he opted for the ‘wadosi’ vaccine. He further posed a question to DP Ruto asking him how many wheelbarrows the 20k would have purchased.
“I was surprised DP Ruto “amepata vaccine ya wadosi, sio ya mwananchi wa kawaida” yet he talks of hustler nation who cannot all afford Ksh. 20,000 for a vaccine. How many wheelbarrows are those from that single dose? Shame on DP Ruto,” Stated Mutua on Citizen TV morning Break.
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