Here is the video link Courtesy of Citizen TV YouTube channel (Start on 123:21: 00 minutes
Citizen TV has today cut Deputy President William Samoei Arap Ruto's live event as the Kenya Kwanza Alliance led by the Second in Command launched to launch their party manifesto.
From the video, Citizen TV cut Deputy President William Ruto's speech in what Citizen TV termed as interactive session (question and answer) before airing Roots party Presidential Candidate Hon George Wajackoyah's Kenyatta International Conference Center, KICC live event.
In the video the DP was tearing through the question asked on the current loan situation and how he will finance his budgets but before finishing, Citizen TV switched to Wajackoyah's event.
The two events which were running concurrently comes just 39 days to August polls with Ruto and Wajackoyah becoming the second and third presidential Candidates respectively to launch their manifestos after Azimio.
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