Deputy President William Ruto is not a happy man after he faced bitter rejection in three places including members of his own community in Narok.
Just what is happening to the DP?
On Monday, January 23, Ruto was on his way to a rally at Bungoma when he changed route after youths turned violent, destroying Jubilee paraphernalia including a bill board.
The youth claimed that the government had neglected them ,hence, would not allow the DP to address them.
Last week on Thursday, the DP was heckled in Narok by members of the Kipsigis community who faulted him for not following through his promises.
They complained about poor roads, poor health services, unemployment and police harassment to boda boda riders among other issues.
In December, Ruto was also heckled in Garissa, an incident that his political for, Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho used to take a swipe at him during the latter’s recent visit to the North Eastern county.
Watch Bungoma residents turn violent ahead of Ruto’s visit: