Mutahi Ngunyi who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that Ruto booed in Laikipia. Then he tells Kikuyu youth opposed to him to stop being stupid. He also called Kiraitu stupid. If your opponent is a man of choleric temper, irritate him and his true colours will show. The Hyena is showing its spots. Or am i wrong?
Maj tweeted, "Mutahi Ngunyi, great comments. Well said. Such leaders get irritated very first. They have no capacity to absorb insults, rejection and that way the form a ring of anger around them. DP Ruto feels he owns everything and everyone in GEMA community because gives money for campaigns."
Simon tweeted, "His government's suppression of freedom of expression will either be through assimilation or elimination. Its loud and clear from that reaction. Kenyans are clever people. They will make the right choice! Vivaa."
Enlightened tweeted, "I don't support the guy but I think heckling a politician is in bad taste. The best way to show disagreement is at the ballot box. Nevertheless, the DP could have handled the situation better. A leader knows how to be calm under pressure."
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