As he continues with his Coastal tour, Deputy President William Ruto started his day today Sunday 17th October by going to church at Mikindani, addressed the area's residents then headed to Alidina Grounds Jomvu Constituency.
He started his speech in Alidina by saying that the main aim of his visit was to talk about development. Before he could continue, people tried to move closer to him but were stopped by his security almost causing chaos. He settled the issue by telling his security that it was okay for people to stand close to him.
He continued with his speech but again disrupted by people carrying placards and burners. He asked them to put them down since they were causing a nuisance and making it hard for other people to concentrate on what he was saying.
It was at that moment when he noticed one of the residents had carried a placard with Eric Omondi's picture on it.
He reacted to the placard by saying, "Wee boss hiyo bango weka chini. Nimeona ya Eric Omondi hapo, Eric Omondi hoyee. Nimeona ya hustler pia. Hustler hoyee! Haya ziwekeni chini."
They obeyed his requested and he continued to address the crowd.
Watch the scene from minute 7:00 on the link below.
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