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Waiguru's Blunder At Bomas That Forced Ruto To Reprimand And Control Damage

DP Ruto and kirinyaga governor Ann waiguru.

The Promised earthquake at Bomas finally took place when Deputy president William Ruto's allies started entering into the venue.

The move was followed by unceremonious exit by wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and KANU's Gideon Moi who protestrd the presence of DP Ruto in Musalia's big day.

Ruto would later on announce plans by the two leaders to hold joint rallies in a bid to unite the country.

Everything seemed to be going as choreographed Until kirinyaga governor Ann waiguru stood to speak.

Waiguru said a kalenjin- Luhyia-kikuyu alliance is enough to win the presidency in reference to the coming together of Musalia Mudavadi, William Ruto and a host of Leaders from mount kenya.

Her remarks seemed to have irked a number of leaders who were present including her party boss.

When he stood to speak, the deputy president had to do some damage control by reprimanding her adding that they need more partners on board inorder for them to win.

This isn't the first time DP Ruto's foot-soldiers have forced him to do damage Control to save his face.

While at Eldoret when he was getting elders's blessings, Meru Senator Mithika Linturi's sentiments on madoadoa forced Ruto to apologise although not emmedately.

It seems the DP needs to tame his allies lest they put him in difficult situations that can be costly to his bid.

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