Internet Erupts After The Deputy President William Samoei Ruto Posted This
By Delluanne | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 11474 views
Kenyans had been wondering were the deputy president doctor William Samoei Ruto had gone to due to the silence after the president burnt political gathering until today when he posted a poster on his facebook page informing his supporters that he will be on radio citizen tomorrow morning as from 7:00 am to 8:00 am.
This has resulted to many reactions as follows.Stephene Kamau wrote, when you are happy the whole country is also happy.
Wanjiku Waguchu wrote, I have missed you big. People's power is supreme. Pressure has smoked you out of your hideout. We are happy now.Siele Robert wrote, I must get an alternative souce of power in case electricity goes off.
Karim Kip Maiyo wrote, I am now going direct to the shop to buy my eveready batteries, I can't miss this.
Joseph Kiberas wrote, Whatever you do, don't form a coalition with Raila Odinga. It is either we are hustlers to the end or are nothing.
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