Deputy President William Ruto faced a tough crowd during his roadside rally in Isiolo as he had promised to give out money.
Ruto during his speech said, “There are some traders who have been affected by Coronavirus and their businesses have suffered. I will leave Sh2 million for these traders.”
DP Ruto continued with his speech as he welcomed other leaders to talk but bodaboda riders started making noise when he took the microphone to continue addressing the crowd.
Ruto upon seeing how the bodaboda riders wanting also to be given money, he told them to relax adding they will talk after he was done with his roadside rally.
“Bodaboda relax, am with you bumper to bumper, siondoki mpaka tumalizane,” said Ruto as he excited the crowd before he continued with his speech.
The bodaboda riders after sometime again disrupted Ruto and the DP again told them he won’t forget to leave something for them.
Ruto was forced to ask the chairman of the bodaboda sacco from Isiolo to follow him when he was done in an effort to calm the bodaboda riders.
“The chairman of the bodaboda sacco will follow me when we are done,” said the DP.
There was however drama when the DP revealed he was going to leave Sh2 million for the traders to Isiolo Woman Rep Rehema Jaldesa.
The crowd went wild as they demanded the donation to be given to someone else saying they don’t want Ruto to give Rehema the money to share with the traders.
Ruto managed to calm the crowd as he said he will give the Sh2 million to the chairman of the market so he can give to the traders.
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