Deputy president William Ruto. Photo courtesy.
Deputy president William Ruto is one person who has traversed the country for years. He has moved from one county to another selling his agenda to Kenyans pleading with them to support his presidential bid come August this year. Well, in almost all his rallies, the second in Command has been commanding a huge crowd leaving political analysts to product a tough duel between him and Orange democratic party leader Hounerable Raila Odinga.
Well, are things becoming tight for Tangatanga faction as per what happened in Makueni County today? According to reports, there was a little drama in Makueni County after organizers of an event which was to be attended by Ruto rushed to a nearby school to ask for students who were given Seats after a section of believers boycotted the event.
The action of mobilizing students to fill the seats has sparked Mixed reactions online with a section of Kenyans predicting bitter end for Hustlers nation. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
Here is the link to the video of students filling the Seats left by church members.
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