Deputy President William Ruto's motorcade today was fully Surrounded by by gallant police officers who formed a circular like a human ring as Deputy President William Ruto motorcade landed at Kambiri, Shinyalu Constituency as DP Ruto attacked Raila Odinga, terming his a State project in Kakamega County.
The police officers both in plain clothes and in uniform from the pictures and video posted by the Deputy President William Ruto in his Facebook page had a rough time keeping the wild crowd who was determined to greet Ruto.
From the video posted, the officers fearing of Deputy President William Ruto's safety gave them no room but pushed as the Deputy President William Ruto branded Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader Raila Odinga a State project.
While involving the Kakamega County residents, Deputy President William Ruto send a warning to a few individuals who sat in an office in Nairobi to impose Raila Odinga on the people.
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