Kenyatta Market (in Kibera) residents have also announced their unshakable support for Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 Presidential Bid as well as his Bottom Up economic approach.
According to another viral video clip seen by this Writer, the ODM Stronghold has for the first time delivered signals of working with Ruto's Camp ahead of the upcoming 2022 general election after refusing to be forced to support boardroom leaders."Watu Wa Kenyatta Market, na Kibra kwa Jumla hamjaamboo? Hamjambo Tenaa? Salaale Kumbe Mwaka Huu Mmeamua? Hamtaki Vitendawili Tena?... Mwaka Huu Tumesema kama Muhustler wa Kanairo Hatupangwi Tena." Ruto said.
But reacting to his message, the excited crowd has vowed to support his 2022 Presidential Bid no matter what comes their way, adding that gone are the days when they used to elect leadership as a result of the tribe and his political party.
"Waende waaambiwe ya Kwamba Pia Sisi Hatupangwingwi. Tumesema tunatembea na Hustler," One Resident said.
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