The deputy president William Ruto today visited Kisumu city where he commanded a huge crowd.
In clip shared by his official page Ruto addressed thousands of happy Hustlers in Kondele, Kisumu.
Ruto during his address urged the happy crowd to vote for him as the next president of kenya.
He further sold his Bottom - up economic model to the crowd who chanted UDA all over.
Sadly there was a bit of drama as some irate youths roughed up one of their colleagues forcing Ruto to intervene.
"Musipigane, tunaka Heshima na Amani he said, as he continued with his speech.
Against all odds the deputy president managed to pull a huge crowd with less drama witnessed.
This was unlike last time when Jimmy Wanjigi toured the same region and was pelleted with stones by some rogue supporters.
Kisumu is well known to a Baba (Raila Odinga zone) however the former prime Minister hss to worry as Ruto seems to ge gathering huge support from the region too.
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