This year's Mashujaa day was celebrated at Wang'uru stadium, Mwea constituency in Kirinyaga county. The event was successful and various leaders got a chance to address the residents who had gathered in the stadium.
After the celebration was over in the stadium, politicians entourages made their way to Ngurubani town before proceeding to Kerugoya where the president was hosting them for a luncheon.
A huge crowd had gathered in Ngurubani town waiting to cheer on to their leaders. William Ruto's convoy was blocked by the locals where he went ahead and waved at them.
A video has emerged showing how the crowd avoided the former prime minister, Raila Odinga, as he was making his way through Ngurubani town. Unlike in Ruto's situation where crowd blocked his motorcade, nobody was getting near Raila's vehicle.
The viral video shows Raila waving as he stands on the rooftop of his car but nobody seems to be interested. A few people who can be seen standing by the roadside are heard chanting Ruto's name.
Others are heard laughing as they joke how people are avoiding the ODM boss. This video has attracted a lot of reactions from Kenyans. Click here to watch.
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