Aisha Jumwa is a Kenyan politician who was once a member of ODM party but later on joined Deputy President's UDA. She is one of Ruto's allies who have been campaigning for him to become president in 2022.
Aisha was recorded giving a speech where he was trying to explain to her audience why they should choose DP Ruto.
She said, "I would like to urge you to work together because people are stuck on the other side. Let us ensure that any time we talk to our leaders they are alert like the deputy president. You could see him noting down everything that was being said."
"When I was on the other side Mzee could sleep from the time the first speaker starts talking to the last one. From the past, old people have always always acted as counsellors. Kazi ya Raila ni kulala, Tumpe kazi ya ushauri si Urais," she added.
He told his audience to engage someone who will listen to them. According to her, the person who should be entrusted with that is William Ruto.
Watch the video of her speech on this link.
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