The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party leader deputy president William Ruto today toured Eldama Ravine, Baringo county where he was accompanied by ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and FORD Kenya leader Hon. Moses Wentangula. DP Ruto's rally was received by huge crowd as people were eager to see the new strong coalition between the three leaders.
While addressing the huge mammoth of Baringo people, DP Ruto was forced to laugh causing his ribs to crack after the crowd get confused upon repeating Hus statement back. DP ruto asked them to repeat "Bottom Up, Uchumi Bora and Kazi ni Kazi". However, the crowd got confused and started murmuring unheard words forcing DP Ruto to laugh.
Below is the link showing how DP Ruto laughed at the crowd as they repeating his statement back.
On the other hand, a section of Kenyans reacted to DP Ruto's statement as he welcomes the two leader. A section of Kenyans reacted and claimed that indeed the love the three leaders are receiving is much great. Below are their reactions;
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