While addressing a huge crowd that was awaiting him as he stepped out of CDF office in Bomachoge, he asked the residents to repeat after him 'kazi ni kazi' as he said UDA. But it seems a certain man in the crowd was chanting a different thing. Ruto was forced to cut his speech and told off the man to stop being confused and say 'kazi ni kazi'.
"Wewe bado umechanganyikiwa, sema kazi ni kazi," DP Ruto told off the man who afterwards joined in the chorus.
Watch the video here from 3.00 minute to 3.05.
In his speech, the second in command told the residents to embrace the hustler narrative as their main agenda is to raise people from the bottom to the top and not to focus on the constitution that is only meant to benefit them.
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