Embu County Residents have today announced their unshakable support for DP Wiliam Ruto's bottom-up economic approach during another political Rally attended by Raila Odinga, Governor Wambora Nyaga, Governor Ongwae among many others handshake supporters.
According to the viral video clip seen by this writer, Residents who are seen wearing yellow T-shirts have disrupted Raila's Speech to a point that Embu County Governor was forced to pick the Microphone, ordering the security details to cool down the Angry Crowd.
"Nyamazeni Tuskize Baba Tafadhali. Ata Kama hajakuwa Rafiki yetu, tafadhali wacha tumpee Heshima yake. Security details please, ensure there is order," Governor Wambora said.But responding to gis message, angry Crowd is hears chanting Ruto, UDA slogans while others are heard saying that they don't want anything to do with Raila's Azimio la Umoja manifestos.
"Sisi Tunataka wheelbarrow! Ambieni Baba an ODM zake waende kwao. Sisi Huku tunapea Ruto," Another resident is heard saying.
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