Today the deputy president William Ruto and his hustler nation team toured Laikipia county where they were hosted by the county women representative hon Catherine Waruguru among other vocal mount Kenya Region leaders.
But to the surprise of many, the deputy president and his team found it very difficult to address the residents of Laikipia town as there was a group of rowdy youths who started heckling the speakers with an aim to disrupt the meeting.
She captioned the circled photo saying that Maina Njenga was the coordinator of the heckling squad.
"Maina Njenga coordinating the heckling squad earlier today in Laikipia county," Susan Kihara Muratha wrote.
This claims comes hours after the dp William Ruto was Heckled badly which made him to get frustrated and angry telling the youths that that was his meeting and they should stop the stupidity and organize their own meeting.
"Stop that stupidity, this is my meeting, why do you come to shout here? Go and organize for your own meeting and shout there," Ruto said.
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