The Deputy President Dr William Ruto today had a rough time controlling the crowd that had gathered to listen to his speech. Some of the youths were heard shouting at him forcing him to cut short his address and lecture that specific group.
In his response, the DP caution them to go form their own rally and stop causing mayhem in his own. Former Mungiki sector leader have been accused to be the master of the youth who heckled the second in command.
While reacting to the whole incident in Laikipia, the vocal Nyeri Township Member of Parliament Hon Wambugu Ngunjiri wondered how Ruto will lead the nation with such kind of anger. In his opinion, an aspiring President should control his temper and know when and how to deal with rowdy youths.
Hon Wambugu has been one of the stunt support of Kieleweke from the larger Mt Kenya region. He has stood his ground at the time other elected member from the region are decamping to Ruto's camp.
These group opposing Ruto are believed to be behind Raila Odinga. Their strength will be tested on 10th this month when the ODM leader will be expected to make a major declaration at Kasarani stadium.
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