UDA chairperson Boni Khalwale enjoying a motorized wheelbarrow ride (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Former Kakamega County Senator Boni Khalwale has been working hard to ensure that Deputy President William Ruto's hustler nation narrative is spread throughout the country as they seek for 2022 Presidency.
The UDA party have been giving out handouts in form of wheelbarrows, hand carts and other items that can enable youths to hustle.
Today, Boni Khalwale shared a photo of himself enjoying a ride on a 'motorized' wheelbarrow which got netizens express their various hilarious reactions.
Take a look at some of the reactions:
Undisputed Era: Aibu, people are seriously in technology and automotive industry out there but here we doing kalongo.
Richard: Purchase one for your daughter who graduated recently for her hustle if u really mean good for the hustlers.
Andrew: Daktari are these the kind of innovations to be proud of in 2021.
Will these handouts from UDA popularise them to winning the 2022 General elections?
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