As usual, Ruto’s convoy was welcomed by excited bodaboda riders as normal traffic was interrupted by Ruto’s convoy after how they were driving on the road.
In a video, bodaboda riders are seen using the footpath as they try to keep up with the vehicles that were in Ruto’s convoy.
The vehicles escorting DP Ruto to Emali town were being driven carelessly forcing vehicles coming from the opposite direction to give way.
One of the vehicles while speeding almost hit a bodaboda rider forcing him off the road nearly hitting another bodaboda rider who was on the footpath.
The vehicles in the convoy were moving in a cluster and lives of the bodaboda riders were put at risk as the vehicles moved from one lane to the other.
At one point, DP Ruto’s vehicle stopped for a few seconds and his security detail who were in another vehicle came out running towards his vehicle.
The bodyguards who were in the middle of the road running towards Ruto’s vehicle were almost hit by another black car that was trying to overtake the other vehicles.
Ruto’s vehicle however continued with the journey as one of the bodyguards who was almost hit is seen pointing at the driver of the black car.
After a few seconds, DP’s vehicle stopped again as he waved to the area residents and the bodyguard again went to the black vehicle and his colleagues joined him as they are seen pointing and shouting at the driver.
They eventually run towards Ruto’s vehicle as one of the bodyguards almost fell before the area residents surrounded Ruto’s vehicle which was slowly moving before it stopped for the DP to address the crowd.
Here is the video of DP Ruto’s arrival in Emali, Makueni.
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