Deputy President William Ruto Reads the Riot Act to Baringo Senator Gideon Moi at His Home Tuff

Gideon Moi (Left) and William Ruto (Right). Photo/Courtesy

Deputy President William Ruto on Friday, February 19, 2021 lectured Baringo Senator Gideon Moi at his home tuff. 

Speaking during the burial of the late Hosea Kiplagat, DP Ruto accused Senator Moi for being disrespectful as he asked locals to embrace change whenever it comes. 

Ruto said that there was need for leaders in the country to respect each other at all times and that was the only way the country will move forward. 

“You can start from a small place; you can start from no-one but ended up dining with kids. This will only be as a result of faith and hard work,” DP Ruto said. 

He gave an example of how the late Kiplagat started from a fish-monger then later a trader before he climbed up the ladder to become a top leader in the country. 

According to the DP, the Government was out to ensure that all Kenyans get equal chances and that if one grows from nothing to something it does not mean that they are thieves. 

Ruto said that there was need for all Kenyans to be given equal opportunities in the country. 

This came moments after Senator Moi drove into the burial in a fleet of cars before he loudly interrupted the session with the song “Nobody can stop Reggae” by Lucky Dubbe. 

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