Deputy president William Ruto is a politician who likes order and silence whenever he addresses people so that the audience can get him clearly without unnecessary interruptions.
This character by the dp was witnessed today in Laikipia county during his tour as he told off a crowd of people who tried to heckle him while speaking to the people.
Getting irritated by a group of people who attempted to disrupt his speech,angry Ruto warned them to stop the stupidity and primitivity or even leave the rally if they couldn't sit well with his talk.
His sentiments have sparked heat among his opponents who think that Ruto can't lead a country with such anger claiming a leader should be able to control his emotions infront of people.
However,his utterances just portrayed him as a firm and decisive leader who doesn't entertain any kind of nonsense from the people.
Despite the trolling he has received from his opponents following his utterances,Ruto might be just the president majority of Kenyans prefer as he is able to act firmly just there and then.
Do you think Ruto's angry sentiments could outgrow his support countrywide or it is just what Kenyans want?
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