The UDA party candidate for Kiambaa Parliamentary seat Hon John Njuguna today Wednesday brought Ruaka area in Nairobi county to a standstill as he delivered an encouraging message to hustlers.
Hon John Njuguna was accompanied by several Deputy President William Ruto's allied politicians as they made a heroic stopover at Ruaka market to engage the local traders on empowerment agenda that will uplift their various small scale businesses.
Ruto's trustee urged the Ruaka hustlers to embrace the second in command's hustler narrative since it covers the interest of a common Mwananchi's hustles in the efforts to revive the ailing economy in the country.
"We made a stopover in Ruaka to have a cup of tea as we chatted and engaged the residents of the place. Our EMPOWERMENT agenda is capturing the hearts of people and we are confident that they will vote for us overwhelmingly in the coming elections" Njuguna Wa Wanjiku
John Njuguna seeks to replace the late MP Paul Koinange in the upcoming Kiambaa mini poll which is slated on 15th July 2021.
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