The deputy president had today taken his campaigns to Lang'ata areas in Nairobi county.He has made appreciable promises to the residents of Lang'ata among them being investing ksh 100 billion in water projects.
However, Ruto was angry at once and asked his followers to lower the 'UDA' signboards that were lifted by some youths.Ironically, he asked youths to stop blowing their trumpets in his rally.
"Punguza hiyo Tarumbeta, hatuendi mbinguni," Ruto commanded.Normally, citizens chant slogans of their leaders during their public rallies without any restrictions.Ruto is likely to have demoralised his followers during today's address.
Ruto continued with his address and claimed that youths should not be lead by Raila Odinga.He claimed that 'handouts' made by Raila should be avoided by the youths and that youths should embrace his narrative which will offer them employment.
Ruto promised to build a four-storey market at Karen to promote the "Mama Mbogas" and other hustlers in Nairobi.You may click on the link below to watch the video.
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