"Nataka Kuona Ruto Kwa Macho" Video Of An Aged Woman Requesting To Meet Ruto Lights Up The Internet
By Bettyb | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 10881 views
A video of an aged woman from Murang'a county requesting Ndindi Nyoro to make sure that she meets Dp Ruto has grazed the internet where most Kenyans have been left praising her.
According to the woman, she claims that she fully supports Dp Ruto and president Uhuru Kenyatta must pay Ruto's debt where he promised to support Ruto after his ten years are over during the campaigns.
In the video the woman also claims she has no knowledge concerning BBI since no one has provided any form to her soo that she can read all the details where she claims she does not support it since she not aware of what is in the document.
Kenyans seem to have been amazed by the woman, they have flocked at the post which has spread on social media like bush fire with different opinions where some cannot hide their laughter on the comment section.
This come barely some days after president Uhuru Kenyatta claimed he will not leave the power to a thief leaving most Kenyans with more questions than answers.
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