After followers of Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru and those allied to Wangui Ngirici engaged in a shouting competition outside the church where DP Ruto was attending service, Police officers managed bring back order enabling the deputy president William Ruto to hold a mega rally at Kianyaga trading centre.
Speaking during to the huge crowd, the Deputy President attacked the Orange Democratic party leader honourable Raila Amollo Odinga after drumming up support for his bottom up approach.
Ruto accused Raila of giving constitutional changes (BBI) first priority at the expense of Kenyans who are suffering from the effects of the poor economy. According to Ruto, Raila should have sought to solve economic problems bafire proposing constipational changes.
As usually does, the DP asked the crowd if they want economic policies to turn around the economy and better or if they wanted constitutional changes to give leaders more power and seats. "Mnataka katiba ama uchumi bro," the DP asked. " Tunataka uchumi Bora," the crowd shouted back. "Mmekataa katiba," he asked again. "Tumekataa", the crowd responded.
The DP who seemed to be happy with the answers he recieved from the crowd went on blamed the BBI as the main bottleneck that hampered realization of the big four agenda.
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