Former Kenyan international footballer MacDonald Mariga and aspiring Member of Parliament in Kibera constituency, Nairobi County was among leaders who attended deputy president William Ruto rally in Kikuyu. During his speech MacDonald Mariga praised Ruto for making sure that youths are in his plans if he wins August nine general election.
Mariga also, said that he is among ex Kenyan footballer plays who are supporting bottom up economy and together they believe that Ruto will be the next president. He also, told Kikuyu residents that to him is football which has changed his life and he believes in Ruto's government talents will be highly supported and make sure others footballers are getting source of income from their talents.
Furthermore, the crowd responded to Mariga speech by shouting loudly "yes" and also, they wished him quick recovery by telling him he will be well and ready to go back to his work. Below is a YouTube link with evidence at 0.46 second of the video.
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