Tanga Tanga Movement Is Back As DP Ruto Resumes Western Tour


Tanga Tanga Movement Is Back As DP Ruto Resumes Western Tour

The deputy president of the republic Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto has resumed his famed Tanga Tanga movements that had taken a break to allow a reshuffle in his team of advisors that saw the replacement of youthful allies with experienced and seasoned politicians like Wycliffe Oparanya, the outgoing Kakamega governor.
William Ruto toured Kakamega County and assued the sugarcane farmers that they would be paid all that is owed to them by factories.
William Ruto was speaking at the burial of the mother of Mumias East MP Honorable Benjamin Washiali, Peletina Akhakinya Washiali in Shitoto Village, Kakamega County.
William Ruto said that plans were underway to revive the struggling sugar industry in the industry and this was the first step towards the right direction.
The farmers were also assured that they would be paid directly and not through the factories to avoid swindling of the money. Also to note is that only genuine farmers rightfully owed by the factories will be paid.
The issue of sugarcane farmers and their dues has been at the epicenter of presidential campaigns with those eyeing the Western vote often using it as campaign tool.
During previous elections, former Kakamega County senator Boni Khalwale accused former Nairobi governor Dr Evans Kidero of running down Mumias Sugar Company which was responsible for the biggest chunk of sugarcane purchases in the sugar belt.
The deputy president claims the payouts will benefit at least 30,000 households in Kakamega. He asked parents who had not enrolled their children in high schools to do it as soon as possible.
It seems that the deputy president is focusing on the president's development agenda this time. The men he travels with who take every opportunity to attack the enemies of the deputy president were not with him this time round.

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