Deputy President Dr William Ruto has been dealt a blow today after being heckled for the first time during his campaign rally in Mount Kenya region. After residents of Embu county chanted 'Azimio Azimio...' during his stopover at Embu town to sell his agendas to the residents.
According to the video which has been shared by reknown Blogger Pauline Njoroge on her Facebook page, residents of Embu County have been spotted chanting 'Azimio Azimio Azimio...' while Deputy President Dr William Ruto was addressing them selling his bottom-up agenda as he drummed up support for his bid. They have been heard shouting and heckling the second in campaign with Azimio chants, as the Ruto makes his speech.
https://www.facebook.com/1354247211/posts/10227856062771027/?app=fbl. This has happened for the first time since the region has been percieved to Deputy President Dr William Ruto's stronghold. But the appointment of Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua seems to have tilted the matrix.
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