Deputy president William Ruto has released a video of himself encouraging Kenyans to register as biters during the current mass biter registration by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
In a part of the video, the second in command sends a text message to his wife asking if 'Cullie' has ever regulated as a voter in the country.
Watch the video here:
The second in command layer in the video clip receives a message from the second lady notifying him that there's always a first time in everything.
In her message, the second in comnands notes that, "Well, there's always a first time in everything."
When the deputy president asks her whether it was the first time in him inboxing her or asking her about Cullie's registration as a voter. She hilariously notes that she does guess that it was the first time in both.
The deputy president William Ruto has since asked all Kenyans including the youth to register as biters in order to have their views always considered when the government is making decisions in future.
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