Deputy president William Ruto today attended church service at Isiolo Cathedral church in Isiolo county. The deputy president after attending church made stopover to greet his supporters. The deputy president had a mammoth to address unlike his last visit to Isiolo.
Things went well in his tour untill he said he had something little for the 'bodaboda' riders. The deputy president had suggested that the money the 'boda boda' riders will get through the Isiolo women representative Mama Rehema. This is where the deputy president was heckled and frustrated as they oppose the move. They say the money to be given to the 'bodaboda' chairman Gitonga. The deputy president had to change his mind and say he will hand the money over to the chairman is when the mammoth cooled down. In the video going viral below the mammoth could be heard saying "Usipee huyo Mwizi,"After agreeing to give the money to the chairman, the deputy president's tour in the region proceeded well where he had the opportunity to sell his bottom up economic model to the Isiolo residence and also popularised his nely formed political party UDA.
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