After the supreme court gave its final verdict on BBI, a lot of reactions have been stirred online. Several pictures of BBI launching in Bomas of Kenya in the past has resurfaced online. The pictures, in which the deputy president was allegedly humiliated came up, including the videos of him being heckled.
On that note, South Mugirango member of parliament honourable Sylvanos Osoro has recounted the sad moments he witnessed when he escorted the DP at Bomas. According to him, he accompanied H.E Dr. Ruto to Bomas in his car. He saw the ridicule first hand. He was instructed by his juniors to wait outside at the holding room as Rt.Raila Odinga and H.E Uhuru Kenyata consulted. As they stood together, it was embarassing as nobody wanted to come close to him for fear of victimization.
Inside the hall was no better.The heckling, the humiliation and above all, the ridicule by his boss right on live camera on national TV. He concluded that for him, besides Kenyans winning, he just see God in William's situation.
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