Today Deputy President William Ruto, accompanied by leaders allied to him. Led by former Kakamega Senator, Boni Khalwale, Ex Cabinet Secretary, Rashid Echesa, Member of Parliament, Benjamin Washali, and other leaders toured Kakamega County.
Where DP Ruto held several rallies, interacting with huge crowds of his supporters. Who had turned out in large numbers to grace his tour in the region . As he continued to popularize his presidential quest. Which will be fuelled by the bottom-up economics, should he clinch the top seat.
Areas DP Ruto toured include Shianda, Khayega town, Mumias town, Sabatia Market, and Navakholo trading center.
However, DP Ruto's tour in Kakamega County was not only marred by lots of acceptance from residents but also little resistance.
At one point, Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi's close ally, Honourable Farouk Mwachanje. Who also doubles as Isukha South Ward Member of County Assembly, was forced to endure public humiliation.
This is after crowds heckled at him when he was called upon by Former Kakamega Senator, Boni Khalwalwe to address locals at a stopover in Khayega Market.
Here is the video, please click on this link to watch. As shared the Don via his Facebook page.
The Member of County Assembly had accompanied Deputy President, William Ruto in his tour at Khayega Market.
However, the reasons as to why he was heckled. When called upon to speak remain unknown.
Below is the Facebook image;
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