Hassan Omar Booed and Heckled Infront of Dp Ruto as Crowds Turn Wild(Video)
By MinuteNews | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 20926 views
Deputy President William Samoei Ruto has been camping in Coast region for the past three days as he looks to strengthen his political bases, ahead of 2022 elections. He will be looking to be the fifth president of Kenya,although he faces strong opposition from Raila Odinga and Musalia Mudavadi,who have shown interest for the top seat.
Today, Dp Ruto was in Jomvu where he interacted with thousands of residents. When it was Omar's time to address the residents, many noises could be heard from the crowds making it hard to hear what Omar was saying. The crowds seems hard to contain. It forced Omar to talk loudly for him to be heard.
Addressing the residents, the former senator urged residents to vote for Ruto since he is fair and that he will bring developments to the Coast region. He added that William will be the president for the whole Kenya and not Rift Valley alond, where Dp Ruto comes from.
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