Deputy President William Ruto's lengthy interview with Linus Kaikai on citizen tv has left kenyans surprised.
The interview which began at around 9 pm run up to past midnight being the longest interview ever in Kenya.
The Dp will be on record as the only politician for being interviewed for two days consecutively on live TV.
It was one of his interviews after a very long silence and people expected him to talk about various issues affecting the country.Also majority of people wanted to hear him speak on Jubilee's party fallout which has seen him get sidelined from the government he serves.
As you all know,he is a man who knows how well to answer and articulate his responses.Among the issues he was interviewed on were his possibility to work with Raila, vaccination, corruption,loans and economy of the country.
Many people have come out to confess how they have never experienced such a long interview for a long time now.Check some of the reactions below;
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