Deputy president William Ruto has been forced to pause his speech. While addressing the residents as he toured Machakos county. Dp Ruto made a stop over at Machakos town to address the residents who had turned out in large number to listen to him.
In a video posted by a writer in his you tube channel. Deputy president William Ruto's speech was interrupted because of bad means of communication. The microphone he was using was making some funny and irritating sounds. This made angry Deputy president William Ruto to cut short his speech. He's heard asking his communication team, what's happening.
"Tunajua mnahitaji maji and that's why we are building a largest dam hapa twerker. Tumeweka 40 billion hapo na tutasukuma 20 billion because we want to build the largest dam in ukambani. Mimi nataka....... There is a problem with the microphone. Kuna nini jamani?" says Dp Ruto.
However, Deputy president William Ruto claims that the project of building a dam in Machakos is still going on. And it will be the largest dam in the country.
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