DP William Ruto's 4am Message Thanking Gatanga People
By Jay_Moh | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 5412 views
Kenyans have been left wondering the time that Deputy President William Ruto woke up on Monday despite having had a busy weekend.
Unlike his usual hours of tweeting, the deputy president sent out an early morning message which left his fans with questions over his sleeping and waking up schedules.
By the time of his message, most of his fans were asleep and this is evidenced by the fact that his video took long to get the massive views that he always enjoys whenever he posts.
In his message, president Uhuru Kenyatta's assistant thanked the people of Murang'a for having received him in an overwhelming manner when he visited them earlier on Sunday.
Despite rumours that had been going round, most having been alleged by his own hustler nation spokesperson Dennis Itumbi, his meeting went in successfully unlike the last time he was at Kenol where two lives were lost.
Dennis Itumbi had alleged that former Gatanga constituency member of Parliament Honourable David Murathe and his insiders had planned to disrupt deputy president William Ruto's meeting.
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