William Ruto has remained to be the topic of discussion among politicians and the Kenyan citizens who supports him and those who are not supporting him politically.
The incident that happened in Kondele, Kisumu County has triggered a lot of reactions among Kenyans, with most politicians condemning the unlawful act by some of the Kisumu residents.
While making his way out of Kisumu County to Homa Bay County, Ruto passed by Kondele to convey his message of UDA after which his car was stoned by rowdy youths.
However, an advocate by the name Steve Ogolla has come out to speak out of his observation on the incident. According to Ogolla, the act by the Kondele people will make Raila Odinga to lose support across the country.
"Kondele youth should get a grip on themselves. By stoning DP Ruto's motorcade, you are, in fact, decampaigning and reversing Raila Odinga's support across the country," Ogolla opined.
However, according to what Office of the Inspector General of Police shared, no person was injured during the chaotic scene and Ruto was well protected as he was headed out of the scene of Kondele.
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