President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy president William Ruto, ODM party leader and other political leaders have toured Kirinyaga County. They had gone for the celebrations of Mashujaa day which took place in Wang'uru stadium Kirinyaga County. The president honored heroes who helped the country in one way or another.
In a video posted by a writer, chaos and mayhem has been witnessed in Uhuru's stronghold. This happened as Deputy president William Ruto was departing Kirinyaga County. Along his way, Mwea residents blocked his convoy. The residents are heard chanting UDA and hustler nation slogan. As they demanded Deputy president William Ruto to greet them.
The police were forced to intervene to keep peace and order. The police ordered the Mwea residents to keep silent and to be calm but their words fell on deaf ears. The residents blocked and floodes the roads.
"Ruto! Ruto! Ruto! Tunataka Ruto atusalimie. UDA! UDA! tosha! Kazi ni kazi! Wheelbarrow! Wheelbarrow" says Mwea residents.
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