Another political 'earthquake' as been witnessed at Ol' Kalou in Nyandarua County where the Deputy President William Ruto had toured to interact with his supporters prior to the August general elections.
During this visit, the second in command was accompanied by his running mate honorable Rigathi Gachagua, ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetang'ula, Moses Kuria, governor Alfred Mutua alongside other Kenya Kwanza leaders.
The moment DP Ruto gave a microphone to honorable Kuria to address their supporters, things started changing as the crowd was seen pushing each other.
This was followed by a visible fight between a few supporters who were causing commotion and unrest among people that had come to listen to DP Ruto and his team in a peaceful way.
After noticing the fight, DP Ruto and some police officers rushed to stop it to calm down the crowd which went on successfully making them to continue with their rally.
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