Ruto and Aisha were being accompanied by a few local citizens and leaders as they walked towards their tent.
DP Ruto and Aisha waved to the audience, which was primarily made up of women who had gathered on the ground to await Ruto's arrival.
The Malindi MP unexpectedly ran towards the throng after the second in command had welcomed the local leaders and was on his way to his seat with Aisha.
Aisha, who was standing close to Ruto, was waving to the crowd when she abruptly dashed towards the women, who were being applauded.
She began waving as the crowd erupted in applause before taking the microphone to begin the event.
When the Malindi MP was greeting the DP to talk to the residents of the region, she began chanting praises to Ruto, which enthralled the throng once more.
Before the DP was given the microphone, DP Ruto and other local officials joined Aisha while she was dancing and singing, and the crowd joined in.
During his speech, the deputy president implored the Kilifi people to vote for him in the 2022 elections, stating that he wants to desert Jubilee and that Aisha has ditched ODM so that they may join UDA to change Kenyans' lives.
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