Photo Of A Man With A Wheelbarrow Ontop Of A Building During DP Rutos Meru Tour Sparks Reactions.
The deputy President William Samoei Ruto is currently in Meru county where he has taken his United Democratic Alliance UDA party campaigns and he has held a rally in Mitunguu, South Imenti and Nkubu in South Imenti.
While at Mitunguu, South Imenti a man was captured while standing with a wheelbarrow on top of a building during the deputy President William Ruto's rally and there was a second man too with him ontop of the building.
This sparked lots of reaction's online with several netizens stating that the love for the deputy President William Ruto was just at another level while others reacted funnily stating that politics is showing them wounder's.
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