It's almost common sense that Deputy William Ruto's Karen residency is one of the busiest homes if not the most busiest in the country.
The Deputy President has expressed his interest in taking over from President Kenyatta when his term comes to an end in 2022. This has seen him host groups from different regions of the country who are keen to have a share of what the DP has been offering from his Karen humble aboard.
A group of supporters from Bungoma County is said to have been on the receiving end of cold weather treatment after they were turned away from meeting the Deputy President.
According to a local daily, the group was made up of youth leaders who were keen on meeting the second in command. Apparently, the leader who had arranged the meeting was nowhere to be found when the situation got out of hand.
They eventually resorted to Fundraise their way back home by seeking help from friends.
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