Though the rally held by DP Ruto together with Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula and his ANC colleague Musalia Mudavadi at Nakuru show ground attracted thousands of diehard supporters, the event also experienced some resistance from those who attended it.
In a viral video, hundreds of people who seemed bored are gradually seen walking out of the event in the middle of Musalia Mudavadi's address. In the video, few people begin walking out of the Nakuru show ground, gradually, the number those walking out develop into few hundreds. The reason why the people began walking out of the event cannot be easily established.
The event was the second joint rally to be held by the deputy president William Ruto with his new friends from Western Kenya.They held their first rally in at Eldma Ravine, Baringo county and the welcome was not bad. The team held a successful rally in Nakuru shortly after ending their meeting.
The new team Mudavadi now heads to Bungoma for other groundbreaking rallies.
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