Around four days ago Kenyans gathered at the now famous Wang'uru stadium in Kirinyaga to celebrate Mashujaa Day.
However a close Deputy president William Ruto ally who doubles up as the Kiambu Women representative Gathoni wa Muchomba has revealed what was in plan for the deputy president when he arrived at the stadium.
According to Gathoni, Ruto was to be booed by some young men who had already recieved the money to do so.
Gathoni went futher to state that the young men had already received 5k each and they were all transported from several parts of the country.
"They were transported from different parts of the country to heckle the deputy president William Ruto at the stadium," she said.
However they were shamed after the opposite happened with the young men cheering on the deputy president William Ruto as he stood to address the crowd.
The deputy president will be facing a stiff competition from the Odm leader Raila Odinga and the OKA principles.
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