DP Ruto with some of the allies courtesy Facebook
Deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto on Saturday met with 142 lawmakers in his Karen home.
According to Hustler Nation Spokesperson Dennis Itumbi the second in command met the legislators at his Karen home.
He said the meeting was purposefully for consultation between the DP and the legislators.
"DP Ruto has spent the day in a consultative meeting with 142 legislators at the Hustlers Mansion today.I also got a chance to pose for a photo with my MP from Gichugu" Itumbi posted on his Facebook page.
The news has served as a relief for the second in command's supporters who have recently raised concerns over the DP's whereabouts.
Bloggers led by Robert Alai have even expressed fears that the DP might not be ok following his unusual silence since the onset of the deadly Coronavirus pandemic Third wave.
DP's meeting was held a day when president Uhuru Kenyatta in his part also met with top Coastal leadership led by governor Ali Hassan Joho.
Some of the comments to Itumbi's post;
"The hustlers are in panic mode as things have turned seemingly bad after the mini poll and supposedly ring fencing of crucial voting blocks by the other side"
"While they were there, UHURU locked coast. Remember he has already locked Western and Ukambani."
Photo courtesy Facebook
"Dennis Itumbi these guys will start avoiding you. You don't have to post and splash every of their strategy meetings for the public to know."
"142!!!!...from where?? These nos are only on social media bona bunge hazifanyi kazi??"
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