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Video Emerges of Kenyans in Long Queues Waiting to be Allowed in Ruto's Home Amid the Chilly Morning

Renown blogger Robert Alai has released a video showing long queues headed to Deputy President William Ruto's home despite the chilly morning.

In the video, a group of women can be seen making long queues along the Karen road as they head to the residence of the deputy president.

This is despite the Karen Residents Association having raised concerns over the huge delegations that normally visit the official residence of the second in command.

Watch the video here: https://twitter.com/ConceptsKnights/status/1465578698078396423?t=NaB-PWoTd5iUcS2E8Ei0mw&s=19

Kenyans have already elicited mixed reactions with some of them noting that it was very wrong for a single Kenyan to humiliate a those Kenyans.

According to one, some of these Kenyans are normally kept waiting at the residence of the deputy president William Ruto only for them to be attended to late when the most important meetings have already been held.

Below are some of the reactions of Kenyans with most of them having noted that something should be done to save Kenyans from the embarrassing situations that they are normally subjected to.

"Karen DP Ruto residence is owned by Kenyan People & government is the caretaker. It cannot be turned into a campaign field & I have written to @StateHouseKenya @IEBCKenya @WChebukati @EACCKenya @ODPP_KE complaining of this Election offense by DP Ruto @WilliamsRuto"KnightCobcepts.

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Karen Residents Association Kenyans Robert Alai

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