A man named Michael kamau from Murang'a county had an opportunity to speak with the deputy president where he went ahead to call his wife and give the phone to the deputy president so that she can tell the second-in-command the problems that she is facing in her business.
That's according to the information and the video that was shared by self-proclaimed hustler nation blogger Dennis itumbi in his official facebook account. The conversation turned sarcastic when the lady told the deputy president that she is his mother. This happened when the lady told William ruto that she has been doing the business for 59 years and that they wanted financial support from the second-in-command according to the content in the video.
The lady went ahead to explain to the deputy president the problems that she has been facing in the business and the deputy president asked her to give the till number that he will send the money to support the business.
Itumbi published the following post louding the Murang'a man for meeting the deputy president."A heart-to-heart conversation, deputy Ruto engages with Michael kamau from Murang'a. Kamau is a tea and dairy farmer with a beautiful conversation that is started with an act of passion the people will engage directly with their next president" Itumbi captioned.
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