Orange Democratic Movement official has today advised supporters against falling threats of the deputy president for pulling large crowds whenever he goes for campaigns. He urged the supporters to stay calm as the crowds are not interested in what the deputy president is saying to them but in what he is offering publicly.
He likened the deputy president to a man selling hyenas in broad daylight in a market hoping to attract customers. He stated that the man will only draw attention of people wondering the uprightness of the man but not what he is offering. In the same way, he stated that Ruto's crowd is not constituted of followers but just people wondering what he is saying to them.
Just recently, the deputy president had started pulling large crowds and therefore threatened other rivals who compared themselves to him. There was political tension with rivals after it was speculated that the deputy president has massive following compared to all his rivals.
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