It is back to business again for Deputy President William Ruto after his first officially chaired meeting of the IBEC that was attended by several top governors and cabinet secretaries at the official Karen residence.
The Deputy President resumed his usual tours as he stormed Narok Town, Narok County on his way to the other Rift Valley regions.
At Narok Town, Deputy President William Ruto and his allies made a massive entry as they were received massively by eager residents who turned up to listen to him.
However, this huge crowd caused a major traffic snarl along the busy Narok Mai Mahiu Highway which was not taken lightly by Kenyans.
This major meeting elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans with some demanding for the Highway to be reopened, and others showing their support. Take a look at some reactions:
Damacline: "Boss fungua barabara tupite we stuck here because you decided to address pple on a highway."
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