Deputy President William Ruto on Wednesday, July 13, lost his temper while addressing a unruly Kenya Kwanza rally in Vihiga County, that was marred by stock contest.
Ruto’s speech was intruded on a number of occasions by rival groups confederated to ANC Vihiga gubernatorial seeker Alfred Agoi and UDA Sabatia administrative Clement Sloya.
After contending with them on multiple occasions, a visibly infuriated DP took on one immature supporter and advised him to either keep quiet or exit the meeting.
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi wasn’t present at the rally held in his vicinity.
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