DP Ruto in a past photo.
Deputy president William Ruto is out to strategize on how he can have a share of the Western region vote rich population as the 2022 political race continue to play out, with the second in command potentially facing huge competition from Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga and ANC party maestro Musalia Mudavadi among others.
However, Ruto's roadside rallies have not entirely gone according to the plan according to this Video Here which shows one occasion when the crowd started being hostile against one member of his entourage.
The visibly angry crowd started waving and Shouting down at the politician demanding that he stops addressing them, something that got the attention of deputy president William Ruto who quickly acted.
He appeared to pull the politician aside and whispered in his ear, ostensibly to ask him to stop. The politician complied and Stopped his speech, something which cooled down the crowd.
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