The deputy president William Samoei Ruto and his top allies have embarked to their regular campaigns today in Nairobi county where they arrived this morning at Karen, Langata Constituency. The top Ruto allies told the residents to vote for UDA party from top political position to the MCA.
A section of youths allied to ODM could not keep silent as they started shoulting back to them revealing that they are voting for 'Jalang'o' who wants to secure the parliamentary seat in the next polls. Jalang'o will vie on ODM ticket and he is gaining popularity in Langata Constituency just days after meeting ODM Secretary general Hon. Edwin Sifuna.
Things seems to be getting ugly for the deputy president William Samoei Ruto as his Nairobi County tour has been full of ups and downs ahead of polls. It forced top Ruto allies to calm the crowd after they realized that Jalang'o shouts could disrupt the meeting.
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