Deputy President William Ruto shared a light moment with Jane Wambui Njoroge, who knits Scarfs for a living on Friday, November 12.
Ruto shared photos of him and Jane at Karen basking under the sun to encourage her continuous empowerment work.
"My friend, Jane Wambui Njoroge, 63, from Naivasha, is better known as 'Mama Scarf.' She knits wonderful scarves to support her grandchildren, who lost their mother.
"Today, I welcomed her to the Hustler Mansion and encouraged her to do her best to empower other women because Hustlers always lift each other up," Ruto commented.
He stated that the handicrafts industry would focus on his bottom-up approach as such individuals hope for a better future for their families.
"The handicrafts sector teems with inspired and creative Hustlers whose daily occupation requires them to imagine a beautiful world for themselves, their families, and their clients. Such enterprises are going to be focal participants in a bottom-up economy."
Ruto has been on a three-day charm offensive at the Nyanza region where he toured parts of Homabay, Kisumu, and Kondele, where he encountered rowdy youth.