The deputy president William Ruto was forced to grab a microphone from his Tanga Tanga allie over a misinterprated sentiment by one of his allie. The deputy president was interacting with his supporters in Kilgoris Narok county after a successful discussion with the boda boda team
In his tour, the deputy president William Ruto had to grab the microphone when hon. Silantoi was giving her remarks. In her speech, the Tanga Tanga Mp announced that it is indeed sad to see that leaders who should be role models to the younger generation have turned out to be prophessional thieves who had continued to loot public resources. "Mimi Kama mbunge was kutoka Narok, niko na huzuni mwingi Sana kwa sababu watu wamekuwa wezi sugu. Tumeshuudia wizi mkali katika serikali hii mpaka nyinyi mliona covid_19 scum," she said.
This sentiment never went well in the eyes of Narok resident who interpreted that the Mp was attacking the deputy president. In the video going viral including the deputy president's platform, the deputy president is seen grabbing microphone from the mp who si heard trying to cool the angry residents.
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