Deputy President William Ruto has brought business to a standstill in Migori town as residents barricade the road and demand for his address.
In an eight minute clip shared by blogger GK Malema, a crowd can be seen singing Ruto's name and party in unison. Some are raising their hands up in the air as they wave to the King of Hustlers. Watch the clip on this link: https://www.facebook.com/WSRuto/videos/377805740688009/?app=fbl
Ruto's visit to the Nyanza region is historic. This is one of Raila Odinga's backyard that has been known to be very hostile to other Anti-Raila Politicians. A few days ago, Businessman Jimmy Wanjigi, was stoned and forced to end his rally prematurely as residents did not welcome him.
Dp Ruto is expected to worship in Awendo Town Church. Earlier on, he met a section of UDA followers including Governor Obado and Politician Eliud Owallo where he insisted that 'Nyanza should also embrace a national Party just like How Murang'a and Coast have accepted it.' It now remains a guess whether Ruto will also be chased away. We will keep you updated, follow back.
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