Deputy President was forced to lecture a section of his audience after he was angered by individuals who were heckling when he was talking.
However, while in one rally, he lost his cool and lectured a section of the audience who heckled while he was speaking.
The second in command was heard asking them to stop making noise in his rally or leave and make their own meeting.
"Undeni mkutano wenu, wacheni upuzi. Msikuje hapa kupiga kelele kwa mkutano yangu. Kila mtu apange mkutano take," DP Ruto was heard saying which loosely translates to
(Go and arrange your meeting, stop that nonsense, do not come here and make noise for us during my meeting, everybody should organize his or her own meeting)
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It is not clear whether the heckling group was targeting DP Ruto or just but a local leader from the region. Cases of heckling during political rallies are not new in Kenya. Sometimes it is junior leaders or rather local leaders who get heckled when a national leader is speaking.
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