This occurs as the country's political candidates are anticipated to wrap up their campaign rallies at the end of this week in preparation for Tuesday's general elections.
Following this demonstration, some Kenyans have criticized the second in command, while others have praised his efforts in holding campaigns even at that hour of the day.
Following the second in command's late-night rally in Murang'a, Kenyans posted the following comments on Facebook.
Wanjiru L. Kimemia asked, "Umecamp Mt. Kenya for four years na bado hujawaconvince?"
"Hadi gizani wooooooooooo. Tunakupenda, return home now "Mwari Wa Muthoni urged.
Kewa SK remarked, "Yaani 1600 days were not enough?
God keep you and always protect you for glory, we are almost there Sir, we are electing you for change and the future.
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