Few days ago, a video emerged of a vibrant Mt Kenya region governor lecturing deputy president William Ruto in absentia at a public event that the governor had organized.
In the video, governor Nderitu Mureithi of Laikipia stated that the Mt Kenya region was allegedly tired of Ruto's antics even as he dared him (Ruto) to a duel after reports emerged that the DP had almost slapped president Uhuru Kenyatta.
And now, a video has emerged showing the first time governor being loudly heckled by an irate crowd that was seemingly not ready to hear from him.
In the 2 minute Video, the governor unsuccessfully tries to calm down the crowd who continue chanting pro UDA party and pro deputy president William Ruto slogans.
The governor is rooting for Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party presidential candidate Raila Odinga and even serves as the head of the presidential campaign despite coming from a county perceived to be friendly to UDA candidate William Ruto.
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