A section of Kenyans has asked the Deputy President, William Ruto, to slow down. This is after noticing that he is taking his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, on a serious marathon. This was evidently shown during yesterday's by-elections. The Deputy President won big in Uhuru's backyard.
UDA Party had a night of celebration after winning the Rurii ward seat. They also had a lead in Juja constituency before tallying was stopped. In Juja the hustler nation had Koimburi with PEP which is a sister party to UDA.
The pausing of tallying in Juja was disrupted by a group of people led by the Governor of Kiambu, James Nyoro. IEBC had to stop the process to safeguard its staff and the votes. In a press statement released last night, the IEBC urged all the candidates to keep vigil until the exercise resume. All this was seen as intimidation from the said "deep state."
After beating Uhuru's Jubilee in his "bedroom," someone by the name Gideon told Ruto to slow things down. The speed is too much for Uhuru.
Other Kenyans joined in the discussion with similar and different opinions. These are some of their reactions on Twitter.
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