Kiharu constituency member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro has today left his boss the Deputy President William Ruto laughing following a statement that he has uttered in front of him and their supporters in Machakos County.
MP Ndindi who has been a close ally of Ruto and one of his foot-Soldier has hinted on what they are waiting to witness on August this year after the general elections have been conducted.
He went on to mimic how the second in command will take the oath of office as the President of the republic of Kenya while at Kasarani stadium in Nairobi County. This left DP Ruto mesmerized and started laughing at what his ally was actually saying.
"Wakenya wote tunangoja mwezi wa nane, mnataka kusikia vile tutasikia? Tutaona huyu muungwana akiwa pale Kasarani aseme mimi William Samoei Ruto nahaba ya kwamba nitawatumikia wakenya wote kama rais wa Kenya na sana sana mahustlers. Asanteni sana," said MP Ndindi Nyoro.
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