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Woman Who Sold Maize To Dp Ruto In Machakos Cry Explaining Life After Meeting Dp Ruto


Elizabeth Mueni Maingi hawker in Machakos along Bomani Road has narrated her life after meeting Dp Ru to

Mueni explained how she the moment of her life seemed a dream that Sunday as Dp was leaving the church.

She referred to the blind man who seeked to see Jesus in the Bible.

" I thought to myself as the blind man was on the side of the road to see Jesus, and I said to myself that today is my day, and do that suffering I had endured," she referred. 

"When I saw Ruto's car approaching, I picked up the maize and called the hustler twice. He looked at me and he stopped his car.Atfirst I thought I had done a mistake,then a security officer asked me not to run,he took the maize I had and told me to bring others,"she narrated

She said she saw God at work and that how people saw her in the newspaper raising her hands crying is because she had seen the greatness of God.

"I know one day I will have the opportunity to meet Him again. I have suffered here on the street selling corn, doing business with my mother, she is the one who helps me.I am homeless and I am asking William Ruto to help me,"she said crying.

She assure the chief hustler her in Machakos in matters prayers and campaign

"I will help you praying to God like a hustler, and when you get our votes don't forget us, remember there are people suffering on the side of the road and no one cares. We know God has sent you because you have mercy on us and you have the spirit to help us as a hustler,"she said.

She continued narrating how she met the chief hustler.

"I couldn't think I could talk to Ruto all my life that's why when I met her, tears flowed,"she said.

The mother of two said how her daughter called her and told her she saw her online with the Deputy President.

She said she would like Ruto to change her life for she has suffered on the road for 20 years

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