The deputy president has been dealt a blow as the youths of Mt. Kenya region have shown him their true colours and rejected him.
From the look of things, the residents of Mt. Kenya have started accepting the Building Bridges Initiative slowly by slowly from the time the president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta held a grant meeting at Sagana to try and convince the residents of Mt. Kenya to accept the the Building Bridges Initiative report.
He asked them to pass it so that it can be incorporated in the constitution of Kenya.
The meeting seems to have produced good fruits to the President against the deputy president.
The youths of Mt. Kenya seem to be rejecting the deputy president as they love their own leader, president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Drama was witnessed in Kiambaa in Mt. Kenya region when the deputy president had visited that area for a rally.
While the rally was on and the deputy president was addressing the youths in that area, a section of youths intruded the rally carrying placards with different messages both sounding a warning to the deputy president.
Some of the placards warned the deputy president to refrain from attacking and insulting their kingpin who is the president Uhuru Kenyatta.
From the placards, the information which the youths were sending to the deputy President was clear and can be read from far. Most of the placards was wrote a message which warned the deputy president from dividing the Mt. Kenya region and causing war in the nation.
Some warmed the deputy president of causing a division in the country due to the dynasty vs hustlers narratives.
Though the message the youths had for the deputy president William Ruto was delivered successfully.
It is not known clearly who organised those youths into carrying placards with unfriendly message to the Deputy president' s event.
It is not clear whether the youths did it on their own will or they were paid to do so by some of the political opponents of William Ruto.
However, according to a post on Facebook by Ruto Mashinani page broadcasting a live video, the deputy president tour was a development initiative where he was to do a funds drive for a bodaboda sacco and opening of a new petrol station by a cooperative society group.
The Ruto Mashinani group believe that the sitting area member of parliament Paul Koinange sponsored the youths to heckle the deputy president.
Koinange is in support of the Building Bridges Initiative being spearheaded by the President Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga who have been drumming up support for the adoption of the report which will lead to a referendum.
The rival to the sitting MP and supposed aspirant for the Kiambaa seat John Wa Wanjiku is an ally of the DP and organizer of the meeting.
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