Deputy president has today exicited netizens from Makuyu in Murang'a county. DP Ruto who after attending church service in Kieni, Nyeri county, moved to Murang'a county where he engaged with small scale traders of Makuyu.
A huge convoy of Makuyu residents blocked DP Ruto requesting him to address them. Deputy president William Ruto while addressed them, sparked the reactions of Makuyu residents with his Kikuyu greetings. "Adu a Makuyu muriega, Mwathani agucio" the greetings made residents of Makuyu to be so much happy with the second in command deputy president William Ruto.
During the address, deputy president William Ruto was doing his campaign to residents of Makuyu in Murang'a county where he was explaining the meaning of Bottom Up Economic Model together with Hustler Narrative.
During the address, residents of Makuyu were seen lifting a wheelbarrow indicating that they are supporting deputy president William Ruto's Hustler Narrative.
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