A huge crowd was waiting for Ruto late in the evening and they escorted his motorcade as he made his way to Limuru Town for his rally.
Ruto’s bodyguards were given a hard time by the residents who tried to block Ruto’s car so he could address them.
They managed to surround Ruto’s vehicle as they danced to the music that was playing while chanting “Hustler! Ruto!”.
The second in command was on top of the vehicle waving to the crowd before taking the microphone to address the excited residents who were carrying placards of UDA and the DP.
Ruto had to apologize for arriving late in Limuru as he revealed he was blocked by Kenyans who wanted him to address them.
The DP however excited the crowd as he said he will return at a later date during the day to Limuru and hold another rally.
“Let me apologize to the people of Limuru. Kenyans blocked me when I was coming here. I could have arrived earlier. Niko na deni yenyu, it’s a must I return here so we can see each other face to face,” said Ruto amid cheers from the crowd.
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