Ruto as he was calling the leaders to speak to the crowd realized one of the cars which had about six politicians from his team had been blocked by the crowd and was not close to his vehicle.
The DP asked the crowd to allow for the white vehicle to pass so he can hand over the microphone to the politicians so they can address the crowd.
DP Ruto is heard telling the crowd, “Wacha hii gari ikuje (let the car pass)” as he handed the microphone to one of the politicians to speak to the area residents.
The second in command after seeing the crowd not obeying his wishes asked the politicians to alight from the vehicle as he directed them to where his vehicle was so he can easily introduce them.
While introducing the Tangatanga politicians one by one, Ruto asked them to climb on top of his car so they can be seen by the crowd as they address them.
The deputy president has been busy touring different counties seeking to build his support base ahead of the tough 2022 presidential race and in his rallies he attracts a huge crowd.
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