It is eleventh hour for most of the politicians,as they try to woe more Kenyans to their side,so that they could vote them in in the next general elections.
Today, DP Ruto hosted a group of hustlers and leaders from Kigumo at his Karen Residence.Those in attendance include Irungu Kang'ata, Aaron Cheruiyot, Alice Wahome,David Ole Sankok, Wilson Sossion who is ODM nominated MP,Kimani Ichungwah, farmers, students,boda boda riders and many others.
"Today we celebrated Huduma Day with Kigumo farmers, students, Boda riders ,Matatu drivers and church leaders at Doctor William Ruto Karen residence. Present were Hon Alice Wahome, Hon Sankok,Hon Sossion, Hon Kimani,Senator Cheruyot and other leaders," the post by Irungu Kang'ata read.
DP Ruto has been on the record saying that he plans to elevate the lives of hustlers and his bottom up economic model,will ensure that the SMEs are funded for Kenyan youths to venture into business.
Here are photos taken during the meeting.
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