The deputy president William Ruto accompanied by various members of Parliament held a joint rally with ANC Musalia Mudavadi at Eldma Ravine market, Baringo county on their way to Nakuru Sports ground for their much awaited declaration.
Unfortunately, the deputy president and Musalia Mudavadi plus their teams were forced to leave their overexcited followers early after short speeches from the principals. Addressing the crowd, the DP said that many members of Parliament and aspirants in the upcoming general elections had accompanied him but because of time, they would not address the crowd.
"I have walked with many leaders. But because of time mtatusamehe. We're headed to Nakuru for another rally," Ruto told the crowd.
However the deputy president promised Eldma Ravine residents that he will visit the area soon for lengthy talks and possibly spent more time with them. "Mtatusamehe lakini tutarudi tena," Ruto promised.
Bungoma county senator Moses Wetangula and ANC boos Musalia Mudavadi are part of Ruto's convoy that is headed to Nakuru where they hold joint Kenya Kwanza meetings and rallies.
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