Nick, who has over the recent days been busy touring many parts of the country empowering fellow youths and popularizing his father's 2022 presidential bid, is set to raid Kisumu for votes as the DP steps up his bid.
"Sunday we will be in the great city of Kisumu,the lake side @CaptainDominicO we are coming!" read Nick Ruto's post on twitter.
But in a rather harsh response, Suna East MP Junet Mohamed laughed off Nick's visit, saying Luos dont need his wheelbarrows.
According to Junet, the lake side residents rather needs mobile machines like the range rovers and not the hustler nation narratives.
"Which Kisumu? You and who? I still don't understand how luos will be convinced with wheelbarrow ,those guys want to see people give them RANGE ROVERS!" replied Junet.
This comes at a time three of Nyanza counties have passed the Constitution Amendment Bill of 2021, BBI including Siaya, Kisumu and Homa Bay.
So far Baringo county is the only county which has rejected the bill. Here are some of the reactions from online users on Nick Ruto's visit.
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