The deputy president of the republic of Kenya honorable William Samoei Ruto yesterday held a mega rally in Eldoret,Uasin Gishu county.The deputy president was accompanied by different political leaders as well as the United Democtratic Alliance party officials.Among the UDA allies who accompanied the deputy president to Eldoret was the sitting Kiharu constituency member of parliament honorable Ndidi Samson Nyoro.
During his speech,Mister Nyoro added the deputy president the name 'Kamau' on top of his three names."I am Ndindi Nyoro from Kiharu constituency.The man who had two hundred police officers deployed to arrest him. I am asking the Eldoret residents to let William Ruto travel all over Kenya,but I will not say that because William Ruto is from Murang'a county. We call him William Samoei Kamau Ruto,"said Ndindi in a statement.
Kamau is a name common among the Kikuyu community.The name 'Kamau' among the Kikuyu community means a quiet warrior.
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