DP Ruto's Chopper Thrills Ngong Residents [VIDEO]

  • Ngong residents move around DP Ruto's chopper in Kimuka, Kajiado West on December 3, 2021.
    Ngong residents move around DP Ruto's chopper in Kimuka, Kajiado West on December 3, 2021.
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  • Deputy President William Ruto's tour of Ngong, Kajiado County on Friday, December 3, was a free treat for residents who got an opportunity to access his chopper. 

    The Red chopper that sat in the middle of a field was free of security surveillance, giving residents all freedom to enjoy the rare exhibition. 

    Some residents went as far as entering the DP's cabin and took selfies and videos which they shared on social media. 

    Deputy President William Ruto addresses residents of Ngong, in Kajiado County on December 3, 2021.
    Deputy President William Ruto addresses residents of Ngong, in Kajiado County on December 3, 2021.
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    Others took selfies as they laid their bare hands on the still propellers waving to fellow residents who stood a distance away as they watched in awe. 

    The seemingly thrilled youths armed with yellow United Democratic Party caps walked aimlessly around the chopper, addressing YouTubers who had gathered to take videos of the chopper at close proximity. 

    "Here it is, hustler nation," stated one of the residents, who proceeded to have more fun as others recorded him. 

    In addition, another group took selfies while shouting the 'sipangwingwi' slogan, a term found in one recently released youthful song, and which has become synonymous with most politicians in political rallies including the DP. 

    This is an ordeal that has caught the attention of Kenyans, with most wondering where the DP's security detail was, owing to that the public is never allowed to interact with VIP's aerial vessels. 

    The UDA leader was in Kimuka, Kajiado West, to popularize his hustler nation campaign slogan, where he continued with his onslaught on Raila Odinga, boasting to the residents that he had an upper hand to beat the ODM leader. 

    He was received ecstatically where he dished more promises targeting Kenyans in the lower economic tier, vowing to pump Ksh50 billion into small businesses once elected president in the 2022 election. 

    Ruto further accused the authorities of using security agencies to frustrate his presidential bid, affirming that they would not succeed as he enjoyed the support of Kenyans. 

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