According to the Jubilee Vice Chairman Murathe, majority of Narok people are well know in carrying 'rungus' during political gatherings.
He claims that Ruto's rally in Narok had a few people with 'rungus' raising concern on whether the huge crowd had been transported from elsewhere.
" Explain to me how you can organise a rally in Kajiado or Narok and 3/4 of the people have no Rungus. Majority of the people who attend the Narok meeting had their teeth out. You guess is as good as mine!" Murathe has said.
Kenya Kwanza camp on Saturday visited Narok then proceeded to Nakuru county in a vote hunting mission.
With a few days to August general election, Raila Odinga and William Ruto are considered to be in a two horse race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta.
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