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Man Carries William Ruto’s Sculpture On Wheelbarrow From Nakuru to Nairobi

kenya Kwanza alliance candidate William Ruto will be a blissful man as one of his supporters has decided to surprise him with a sculpture.

Addressing K24 TV on Saturday, Silas Wanjeru, said the great work being done by Deputy President William Ruto spurred him to make the sculpture.

“I started this job four years ago, and I have gained fame over time. I am impressed by Deputy President William Ruto because of his hard work. We expect him to unite us as president if elected in the August 9 General Election.” Wanjeru said.

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The 36-year-old artist who hails from Tumsifu in Bahati constituency, Nakuru County said that the rainfall won’t stop his plan to deliver the gift which he is shipping on a wheelbarrow, which is the image associated with DP Ruto’s party UDA.

“As an artist, I want to appreciate William Ruto with this sculpture. I plan to carry it to Nairobi in a wheelbarrow to deliver it to the deputy president in Karen. I pray that he will gladly receive it wholeheartedly,” Wanjeru started.

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The artist revealed that the figure was made using quality materials, making it waterproof and serving the Kenya Kwanza alliance presidential flag bearer for many years.

This isn’t the first time, Wanjeru is making a sculpture for a presidential candidate in 2019 he made headlines when he made a model of President Uhuru Kenyatta and traveled to Harambee House to hand it over.

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The Kenya Kwanza candidate appears to have gifted supporters, in 2022, he again got a Rhino cutting and sculpure of Mzee Ndolo from self-help groups from Makueni County.

“God bless the imaginative work of your hands.” The Kenya Kwanza alliance presidential flag bearer said after receiving the rhino carving.