Wild youths from Deputy President William Samoei Arap Ruto's turf, Kesses today reacted to the Second in Command's order to send the vocal Kesses Member of Parliament, Swarup Ranjan Mishra, a soft-spoken medical doctor home.
The crowd went wild, cheering the Deputy President William Samoei Arap Ruto when when he unveiled Mishra's replacement telling the residents to vote him out and sent him home accusing him of arrogance, “kiburi."
In the video posted by the Nation Africa on the Twitter handle, Deputy President pleaded with the residents to vote the United Democratic Alliance, UDA party candidate.
Adding “ Tunaelewana? Tunaelewana? Wakati tunafungia Raila virago aende Bondo, tunafungia Mishra aende Nyumbani. Tunaelewana? Awache kibuburi. Wakati tulimchagua alikuwa mwembamba, saizi hata kutembea Ni shida." Ruto said driving the crowd wild.
Here is the video link Courtesy of the Nation Africa Twitter handle
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