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"Which Crowd is Narok Native?" Azimio Ally compares UDA crowd with Raila's in Narok causing Uproar

The size of the crowd is said to be the determinant of leader's political influence. The issue of some political leaders ferrying followers famously known as the "cheering squad" has been trending online. Election campaign is steadily geering on with top leaders seeking the presidential seat holding rallies each day.

Today, the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto held a rally in Narok County where he was received by a huge crowd. This caught attention of many people including one of the popular Azimio ally known as Donald B Kipkorir who reacted online.

Taking to his Twitter account, Kipkorir alleged that the crowd which attended the rally may not have been the Narok natives. Otherwise meaning that they were moved from other regions. According to his question, he compared previous Azimio La Umoja - One Kenya rally held in the same ground with DP's today rally.

According to the photos the former comprised of Crowd holding Maasai sticks and red "Shuka" compared to the later photo.

Many Netizens reacted to the post with mixed views. Here are some of their comments. https://twitter.com/DonaldBKipkorir/status/1530614944894537731?t=Ap3M7BK3zMBLnDkbr7dp3g&s=19

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