Photo: Deputy President William Ruto's chopper
Ngong residents in Kajiado County were threatened with a rare scene after Deputy President William Ruto's chopper left without security.
The Ngong residents used the opportunity to have a glimpse of Ruto's multimillion chopper where some took pictures while some touching and climbing to the top of it.
Some residents went as far as entering the DP's cabin and took selfies and videos which they shared on social media
Others took selfies as they laid their bare hands on the still propellers waving to fellow residents who stood a distance away as they watched in awe.
Heard from the voices,the locals enjoyed the rare occasion.
"Sisi hatupangwingwi,hustler ako area," Heard one of them shouting
The second in Command was in Kajiado to popularize his hustler nation campaign slogan,where he continued with his onslaught on Raila Odinga, boasting to the residents that he had an upper hand to beat the ODM leader.
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