Deputy President William Ruto surprised many Kenyans after he publicly banished hecklers at his meeting in Laikipia. The people who had been organized by his rivals booed him amid his speech but he fearlessly told them off.
"Msikuje hapa kupiga kelele kwa mkutano yangu. Kila mtu apange mkutano yake. Wacheni upuzi hapa," he told them but still the booing continued. "No.. no Siwezi kukubali...kwani mmekuja kutupigia kelele hapa. Kama hamtaki tuende na nidhamu please tafadhali... Kila mtu apange mkutano yake," Ruto added.
After the hecklers quietened, Ruto continued with his speech where he endorsed the former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga as the senator for the area through the the UDA party.
"Mtanipa senator ambaye anajua mambo ya bottom up? Kwa hivyo Maina Njenga akuje UDA ama afanye nini?" He said.
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Source: Star Kenya
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