The Residents of Ngong marveled at the chopper of the deputy President William Samoei Ruto after he landed in the town for an event and the residents acted in total surprise as they went around the chopper taking photos of and with it and even recorded videos of themselves with the Chopper of the deputy President William Ruto.
The residents crowded around the chopper and others even hanged on it. Some of them even expressed their total happiness on sewing machine he chopper and some said that "hii ndio hustle" (as you can hear from the video).
By this time, the chopper was standing by waiting for the deputy President William to finish up his meeting then they proceed to another place.
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