The return of Isaac Ruto to the campaign trail after about a month to mourn his mother has sent his competitor from UDA and the incumbent Hillary Barchok to the drawing board. Attracting a huge crowd, HIS RIVAL TEAM was sent into panic taking to social media to vent out frustration.
Hillary Barchok has been having a time of his time traversing the county while Ruto took a break until his mother was laid to rest. The break was a setback to Isaac Ruto but a win for Barchok. Barchok went on a series of marathon campaigns until he was accused of not being merciful to his rival.
Isaac Ruto was in Bomet's central constituency, Chesoen ward a supposed bedrock of Barchok. And since politics is mostly about crowds and who pulls more, the Barchok team said the multitude came out to watch a football game and not actually to listen to the CCM party leader.
In a video shared online, the crowd was charged and burst into CCM party slogans when Isaac Ruto rose to speak.
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