Today Deputy President William Ruto went to Kisii in his race to win the 2022 General elections.
On his visit to the region he was welcomed warmly by the citizens except for a few bodaboda riders who chanted Orange Democratic Movement Party name as he arrived for a church service.
After the service Deputy President William Ruto made different stopovers trying to sell his ideas to the people from the region which is much affiliated to Raila Odinga.
Before Ruto could finish his speech, rains started to fall and he had to address the people without even using a umbrella.
During the address, a section of Orange Democratic Movement Party and United Democratic Alliance Party fought each other leading to unrest. The video shared showed a bodaboda rider attending to some injuries and was helped by some citizens.
The video can be watched through this link
UDA, ODM supporters clash at DP Ruto’s rally in Bonchari https://t.co/h8f6uAy1E5
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