As Deputy President William Ruto was addressing hundreds of women allied to his United Democratic Alliance Party drawn from Nairobi County at his official Karen Residence.
A thunderous moment was witnessed causing the crowd to go wild. When DP Ruto launched a scathing attack at his rivals. He criticized and laughed off their political moves.
Where he alleged that 'they' still wait for endorsement from other political bigwigs.Instead of working their ways out as him.
"Wengine wanapangwa na deep state, wengine wanapangwa na system. Lakini Mimi sipangwingwi," DP Ruto said.
This can be loosely translated as," others have their affairs planned by desperate, some the system but my affairs are not planned by such."
His remarks stired an uproar, given that he incorporated the new trending word in town, "sipangwingwi," in his speech.
As the crowd shouted back unanimously at him.With the same response of," hatupangwingwi."
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