Tobiko excited the crowd after saying he has made sure his wife will be far away from Ruto ahead of the presidential election.
The CS had started asking the crowd who is the right person for the country’s top job who will ensure the future of Kenyans and the country.
“The question I would ask is this, in whose hands are we safe?” asked Tobiko as the crowd shouted “Baba!”
Tobiko continued asking the crowd, “In whose hands is this country safe. In whose hands are our children safe?” as the crowd responded “Baba!”
Tobiko excited the crowd as he paused when he was about to ask, “In whose hands are our wives safe” as he explained where his wife stands politically.
Tobiko told the crowd he cannot speak about other men’s wives as he said his wife will not stand with DP Ruto in the presidential election.
“Well, I wouldn’t talk about wives because am sure those who have been affected can speak for themselves. But I made sure my wife is far away from him,” said CS Tobiko amid laughter from the crowd.
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