Hustler Nation is Unstoppable
Deputy President Williiam Samoei Ruto has finally spoken concerning the drama that has been following him in all his events.
Ruto is back to touring the country. On Sunday, he attended a church service in Murang’a where chaos erupt and led to the loss of two young souls.
This week he is set to tour Nyamira, Kisii and Kakamega counties.
Ruto has urged the police to stop intimidating him and interfering with his functions.
According to the deputy president, the Hustler Nation is unstoppable.
Ruto was speaking on Tuesday at his Karen residence where he was meeting Narok County leaders.
“We do not want the politics of balkanization, of dividing the country along tribal enclaves. We want the politics of uniting and transforming our country. Let us focus on the politics of the ordinary people.” he said
According to Ruto, him supporting those at the bottom should not be a threat to those at the top.
“We can all walk together. No one is at threat with this new conversation. It is difficult. It is uncomfortable. But we must have this discussion. We are going to intensify this talk so that we can empower everyone,” he noted.
Some of the leaders in attendance included Gabriel Tongoyo (Narok West), Aramat Lemanken (Narok East), Mpaayei Phillip (Kajiado), David ole Sankok (nominated) and George Sunkuyia (Kajiado West).
Starting Thursday this week, Ruto will embark on his tours. His first stop will be Nyamira and then Kisii county, where he was a few weeks ago.
He will then preside a fundraising at St Joseph Catholic Church in Dangalasia Koyonzo Matungu Subcounty, Kakamega County on Sunday