Deputy President today landed in Kisumu to mark the 58th Celebration which was planned to take place in Jomo Kenyatta International stadium. Ruto was was accompanied by his wife Racheal Ruto, received heroic welcome at Kondele estate and Mamboleo where the people wanted him to address them.
The deputy president is known for his hard stand on Building Bridges Initiative after coming out to declare to support the High Court ruling that declared BBI unconstitutional, null and void. Along the Kondele heading to the stadium, many youths who were by the road shouted hustler names a clear indication that they wanted the safe proclaimed hustler to talk to them.
Ruto has been sidelined by this government that he helped to form being the deputy president, the second highest Political position in Kenya. Ruto during Uhuru's three day tour in Kisumu launching projects worth billions was conspicuously missing from the action instead the president chose to have his handshake partner and the chief opposition leader Raila Odinga.
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