Today, Deputy President William Ruto marked the end of his 2-day meeting with over 60 leaders and opinion shapers from the southeastern Economic bloc that happened in Amboseli.
And briefing the media in the afternoon, the leaders unanimously agreed to support DP Ruto's presidential bid.
Thereafter, DP Ruto had to depart. As he was leaving his motorcade was blocked by huge crowds of his supporters at Kimana town. Who had turned out in large numbers to grace his departure and eager to listen from him?
And rising to the occasion, DP Ruto acknowledged their presence, urging them to rally behind his bid.
Click to watch the video on this link. As premiered by The Don via his Facebook page
DP Ruto also gave chances to his leaders allied to him to address the excited crowd. That continued to chant at the top of their voices UDA known slogans.
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