His excellency president William Samoei Ruto was the other day in Homa-bay county, where the residents had one their most exciting days of their lifetime, as they interacted with a Ruto, keen on their interests.
However as is seemingly the norm when visits are paid by a visitor in African settings, things look okay but right behind the scenes, a lot is happening. As shared today by Sunday Nation alot indeed happened.File photo: President Ruto alongside governor Gladys Wanga when he toured Homa-bay area in his Nyanza visit.
Just as Pres Ruto was about to land, 3 former legislators were quickly thrown out of room, in what they were told was an affair between the elected leaders. Infact one of them had to go, with not the kindest of words.
In the embarrassing ordeal, the leader was on no time not expecting it, when got whisked off by the police, telling him he is not needed any close to the president. Interestingly, he's been the talk of town, with his frequented attacks in the ODM leadership.
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