Ruto responds to Khaligraph Jones’ appeal for support

Deputy President William Ruto has responded to Khaligraph Jones after he requested him to intervene on behalf of many Kenyans who cannot put food on the table as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

In his statement, Ruto stated that he understands the pain of sleeping on an empty stomach, adding that he is ready and willing to support the affected Kenyans. 

“Bazuu Khaligraph, nimepata message yako bro. Ahsante. Mimi najua the pain of sleeping hungry.

“As a personal initiative, I am ready to help as we complement government programmes on the same. I will also mobilize my friends to get some more help,” Ruto said. 

The second in command also urged the musician to mobilize other Artists for a brain storming meeting with a view to promoting their talents. 

“Mkipata time ingine kidogo, mjipange we share ideas on how to help the creative industry. Najua huko kuna talent mingi tu sana. Mungu awabariki,” Ruto said. 

This is after the celebrated Kenyan musicians urged both ODM leader Raila Odinga and DP Ruto over the poor state of Kenyans brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. 

“If you help us in this situation, I will campaign for you for free in the upcoming election,” the rapper had told Ruto.

In his message to Odinga, the Tuma Kituhitmaker said “Baba yawa, kitambo ulikua unatutetea sana, sai Kenya tunaangamizwa umenyamaza. Fanya ile kitu uone vile utaingia State House haraka, wacha kunyamaza ivo.”

The rapper was later forced to clarify that his statements did not mean that he was declaring his support for any of the two politicians.

“Yesterday I put up two posts requesting the two top candidates of the oncoming elections to assist with the current state of the country.

“While am no politician, the agenda of my posts are simple and clear, we just want the country to be unlocked because Kenyans are really suffering,” the rapper said.

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    Written by Kennedy Omondi




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