Ruto who was accompanied by his close allies and grassroot leaders could not resist addressing thousands of resident who availed themselves to listen to him.
While Kandara MP Alice Wahome was drumming up her support for Ruto's 2022 presidential bid, the Second in Command had the opportunity to cuddle a little baby which was donning a yellow top, one of the colors of the UDA Party.
The crowd could not let Wahome continue with her speech and she was forced to pause it after Ruto fatherly played and cuddled the little angle, a move that attracted cheers and ululations from the public.
The cheers lasted for almost two minutes before the crowd broke in Ruto chants, still giving Wahome a hard time to continue with her speech.
After calmness set in, Wahome stated that the 2022 elections are made by engaging the ordinary citizen, and not in boardroom meetings referring to the recent meet ups between Mount Kenya Foundation and Raila Odinga as well as the OKA team.
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