Nairobi residents, a region long considered ODM's today shouted Baba Yao! Baba Yao! as they walked with former Kiambu County Governor Ferdinand Waititu alias Baba Yao. Ferdinand Waititu today walked some kilometers accompanied by the Deputy President William Ruto's allies donning United Democratic Alliance, UDA Yellow T-shirts as they shouted Ruto! Ruto while others shouted Waititu's name.
Youths who sandwiched the vocal Deputy President William Ruto's Mount Kenya ally walked after leaving the church service as Deputy President William Ruto's motorcade was heading to Jacaranda grounds ahead of Ruto's today rally.
Deputy President William Ruto today is flanked by several United Democratic Alliance, UDA party leaders including Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, Kikuyu Member of Parliamnet Kimani Ichungwa, Nominated MP Wilson Sossion, nominated Senator Millicent Omanga among others.
While in Embakasi South, Deputy President William Ruto's Motorcade was blocked forcing the DP to address the crowd.
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