Kitui county residents have delivered a message to William Ruto ahead of his presidential journey come 2022 polls. According to the latest news by Mutongoi TV, people from that region have protested against a certain company which was said to be built in Kithyoko town, and It will be aimed at slaughtering and exporting donkey meet from that area. Airing their grievances, they have revealed that a big number of donkeys have been stolen from them, and they have been using them as one Of their domestic animals to carry water.
They have been walking for hours to the water points, and they have urged the deputy president to chip in and ensure that their problem is solved. This comes few weeks after President Uhuru Kenyatta visited that area, whereby he opened a certain shrine. He is also expected to go there again and inspect some projects and this is aimed at improving the economy of that region.
"We have been using donkeys to go and fetch water because of the long distances we walk, and a lot of them have been stolen from our area. We urge our deputy president to chip in and ensure that the company which is to be established at the Kithyoko market does not succeed because many of us here are old and can't carry water jerricans on our backs. Our governor should also be serious about this issue and also ensure that our cry is heard," she said.
Netizens have reacted to this news whereby many have been seen to support William Ruto, and this means that the hustler nation is becoming more popular in the Ukambani region.
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