After participating in a tree planting session and launching a class building at a local primary school, the deputy president was welcomed by a huge crowd of supporters on his way out.
At Eldma Ravine trading centre, the DP's convoy could hardly move as the scrambling crowd of people blocked the road chanting UDA/ANC earthquake chants." Ruto! Ruto!," they shouted.
The DP was forced to stop and address his overexcited followers. When he emerged from the top of campaign vehicle, the DP could not believe how such a huge crowd managed to gather within a few minutes.
"Eehy eehy, hapa kimeuna. Naona mko chonjo Sana," the DP began his speech. Upon hearing his voice, the crowd increased the volume the chants. The DP could not help it but smile back as struggled to search for appropriate words to open his speech.
Ruto began by thanking Eldma Ravine residents for turning out in large numbers to show support and love. Ruto seized the moment, he continued drumming up support for his team.
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