Deputy president William Ruto is currently on a firm match to State House with all signs indicating that he is going to be one of the frontrunners for the presidency next year, where his main challenger is expected to be Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga.
Today, the deputy president showed his other side when he angrily confronted a section of Kenyans who were making noise in his rally, the deputy president pausing and engaging his opponents head-on.
Ruto told them that he was not impressed with their coming to heckle during his rally and that they should have organized for their own meeting where they would have been free to heckle.
This gesture by the deputy president left many kenyans reacting massively, some supporting him, some calling him out for the outburst in this Video while others simply asked him to cool down.
Champions: Huyu ako na ubinafsi sana.chama ni chake, mkutano ni wake, tenders ni zake, matusi ni zake.
Kim: Now That the real Ruto imagine this guy as president!! Am voting for Raila Odinga.
Turkey: The Raila - Uhuru axis will deliver the Mt Kenya vote basket with over 70% to condemn Ruto into oblivion. He will surrender before 2022.
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