Deputy President William Ruto was stranded in the hands of rowdy youths who were filled with a lot of enthusiasm as they waited to hear from him as he arrived in Makutano, West Pokot County. The second-in-command was continuing to drum up support for his hustler nation narrative ahead of the August elections.
Ruto who made a stop over in Makutano town was welcomed with ilulitions and a lot of happiness as the locals were eager for him to address them. However a strange thing happened after the rowdy youths blocked his motorcade demanding the deputy president to make a stop-over as he addressed them.
The locals broke to dances when the deputy president made a stop over to respect their request and address them. "Yaani Kimeumana". Ruto said after wondering how the people loves him to an extent of blocking his motorcade and when he made his first greeting the crowd cooled down and enthusiastically responded to him in hot reception.
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