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DP Ruto Snatches Mic from "Confused" Ally After Mentioning Uhuru's Name, Forced to Cool Angry Crowd

It was a successful day for Deputy president William Ruto as residents of Saloma town, Kilome constituency in Makueni County came out in large numbers to bid him goodbye as he ended his two day meeting with delegates from the South Eastern region on Tuesday 21st September.

The second in command had the chance to address a mammoth crowd at the Salama town, where he also gave some of his allies the chance to address the crowd. Among the leaders from the region presumed to be dominated by Kalonzo Musyoka's Wiper party included former Kilome MP Regina Ndambuki.

Regina, who recently confirmed that she will rally her troops behind Deputy president William Ruto instead of his party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, left residents in a state of total quagmire after she confused Deputy president William Ruto for President Uhuru Kenyatta twice in her speech.

The former lawmaker was addressing the residents of Kilome on DP Ruto's invite, in which she said better roads are on high demand for the people of Kilome constituency.

"Tunataka barabara ziwekwe lami. Mnataka lami au sio? Mtasimama na Uhuru, aa sorry..." she said sending DP Ruto and the crowd into laughter, which losely traslates to;

"We want our roads to be tarmac. Do you want the tarmac? Will you stand with Uhuru, sorry".

As the shouts from the crowd who kept reminding her that she out to have said Ruto instead of Uhuru started to diminish, Ndambuki gained courage again, only to make the same error for a second time in a blink of an eye.

This time, the crowd got irritated by her statement, shouting and waving in disapproval before DP Ruto snatched the microphone from her hands and asked the crowd to come down.

"Haya, sasa huyu mama wenu si mnamuelewa? Sisi watu wote ni wa Hustler nation na tunasema hii serikali ya mwaka ujao ni ya mahasla, na tuko pamoja - I hope you understand this your mom? We are all in hustler nation and we have said that this next government is for all hustlers. We are all together, " Ruto said as the already irked crowd calmed down.

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