His security personnel were faced with an uphill task trying to push back back the crowd to create passage for the vehicles. They could be seen running back and forth trying to restrain persons who eagerly wanted to get closer to Ruto's car with intentions of atleast greeting him.
Ruto had no other choice but to come out and adress the crowd. He used the moment to drum up support for his 2022 statehouse bid. He promised the youths KES a hundred billion kitty ( 100b ) if his 2022 bid materializes. The funds he said will be used to support small businesses and help the large number unemployed youths.
Even after the address, controlling the crowd was not easy. His security personnel were forced to hang on the sides of the vehicles to ensure everything around the DP was smooth and the vehicles moving in uniform without being blocked.
Video source Link: https://www.facebook.com/williamsamoei/videos/555727262393652/?app=fbl
Orange Democratic party leader Honourable Raila Odinga toured Kimabu last week. After launching several projects undertaken by the county government of Kiambu, Raila held a mega rally at the heart of Ruiru town.
Surprisingly, Raila attarxted similar crowds as Ruto's apart from the fact that there was some little mockery, resistance and heckling from afew individuals. ODM claimed that they were hire goons sent to disrupt Raila's rally.
Both Raila and Ruto have both at some point experienced heckling when they tiured central Kenya counties. The region seems to be split on who is the best candidate.
Source video Link: https://www.facebook.com/RailaOdingaKE/videos/3187834911504226/?app=fbl
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