ODM senator, Ledama Ole Kina has angrily rebuked the Deputy President, Dr. William Ruto for causing disruption of traffic in Kitengela, Kajiado County during today's political rally. The Country's Second in Command caused major traffic build-up along busy Kitengela road after attracting huge crowd of locals.
Photo Courtesy/ Sen. Ledama Ole Kina
Senator Ledama Ole Kina has now criticized the Deputy President for disrupting normal livelihoods of Kitengela residents. He has now claimed that those people blocked by Deputy President's entourage won't vote for him.
@ledamalekina So you block traffic and disrupt people doing their weekly shopping in local markets and you think they will vote for you ? Bure Kabisa! Sisi si Wajinga!
Sen. Ledama Ole Kina is a key ally of ODM Party Leader, Raila Odinga and has been supporting his presidential bid. His criticism towards DP Ruto has been related to hypocrisy since Raila Odinga also held similar rally in Vihiga County.
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