Deputy president William Ruto together with his allied leaders pitched their political campaigns in Laikipia County. Accompanied by several United Democratic party members, he made remarks on the recent meeting held by Mount Kenya foundation members. He claimed that the government will not be formed through boardroom meetings but rather by ordinary Kenyans with voters regestration cards.
Well, after the meeting, he addressed a roadside rally where some of his Allie's faced it rough forcing him to calm them down. Some of those people who were boed by Angry crowd was Laikipia County senator Hounerable John Kinyua. Through the video Shared online by citizen television from minute 3:10- 3:36, the senator is seen struggling to make his speech as annoyed residents are heard shouting him down forcing Ruto to take the microphone from him and calm the crowd.
Screenshot from the video where Ruto was seen straggling to contain the crowd that was Jeering Laikipia County senator. Photo courtesy.
Here is the link to the video.
Ruto's main competitor Raila Odinga, was today in Naivasha where he asked residents to take up voters regestration drive with storm and make a change in the next year election. While addressing them, he added on by saying that in his government, people will be paid six thousand Kenya Shillings monthly to help then live better. He is expected to proceed with his central region tomorrow through Nyahururu and other places.
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