Kenyans have elicited reactions after the Deputy President William Ruto was showed much love from the people of Kajiado South who flooded in the streets to greet him. In his social media page, the second in command said that he was acknowledging greetings from Wanainchi at Kimana Town, Kajiado South constituency.
At Kimana Town, Kajiado South constituency interacting with Wanainchi after a two day Lower Eastern Economic block forum at Amboseli, Kajiado County" Ruto Wrote.
Ruto had been in two days tour where he met leaders from the lower Eastern Economic block at Amboseli. On his way back, Ruto passed by Kajiado where residents blocked his motorcade demanding he address them. And within no time, the town was brought to a standstill.
Kenyans reacted to his reception some citing that the ground is already decided that it's hustler. Ruto is tirelessly Campaigning for his presidencial bid in the upcoming general elections in 2021. Just few days ago, he held several tours in both the Western region and Central region.
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