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DP Ruto Comes to the Rescue of Sex Workers



Deputy President William Ruto on Monday, October 25, promised Ksh1 million to commercial sex workers in Mtito Andei, in Makueni County.

Speaking during a rally in the area, the DP asked the workers to organise themselves in a SACCO where he promised to deposit the money.

The DP was responding to workers who had appealed to him to release the ‘Hustlers Empowerment Fund’.

Deputy President William Ruto speaking to a crowd at Mtito Andei on Monday, October 25.


He added that he would keep tabs on the workers to ensure that they had started a respectable business.

The DP acknowledged that unemployment had become a national crisis, leading the youth to get depressed and venture into criminal activities and drugs.

“Kenya cannot be built by stipends. We need jobs and business opportunities that will make them economically independent,” he said.

Ruto and his allies have been traversing the Country, rallying Kenyans to support the bottom-up economic model.

He argues that the model will promote inclusive and sustainable growth through a robust framework that will foster enterprises in our country. 

Some of the leaders that were present include; Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok, MPs Victor Munyaka (Machakos Town), Ndindi Nyoro (Kiharu), Katoo Ole Metito (Kajiado South), United Democratic Alliance Chairman Nduya Muthama and former Kilome MP Regina Ndambuki.

On Sunday, the DP attended a church service at a congregation at Latter Glory Worship Center in Kiambaa, Kiambu County.

There, he assured residents that he would he would improve education and infrastructure, if elected president come 2022.

The DP is on the ballot alongside ODM leader Raila Odinga, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, KANU leader Gideo Moi, Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua alongside other leaders.

DP William Ruto in Busia on Saturday, October 23, 2021.

DP William Ruto in Busia on Saturday, October 23, 2021.

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