While addressing a mammoth crowd at Kitale town,Dp Ruto was forced to take action after a section of youth screamed and shouted at the top of their voices.
In the voices heard,the youth needed the Deputy President to recognise their effort after painting a wheelbarrow in hustler brand with UDA colours.
The seemingly agitated Ruto forced the youth to lower the wheelbarrow or get out of the meeting.
"Sasa nyinyi mnapiga Kelele na watu wa nyuma pale wanataka kuniskia,kama hamtaki kunyamaza tokeni kwa mkutano,"warns Dp Ruto
The officers were forced to whisk the hecklers as Dp proceeded with his speech.
In his speech,Dp said he is determined to take over from President Uhuru Kenyatta come 2022. Ruto said he made Uhuru President and the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM)leader Raila Odinga Prime Minister and therefore making the next government will not be a challenge owing to his past political maneuvers.
"I am part of the Jubilee government. I formed it, what will be So hard in making a hustler government? I helped Raila become prime minister. Didn't I not help my friend Uhuru?," he told the crowd
"Some men are sitting in Nairobi to plan who will be in the next government. We know that. There is no problem as I will continue to engage directly with the people. I can assure you the next government will be formed by people who speak the hustler language" he added
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