Yesterday afternoon, the Deputy President William Ruto was treated to a demeaning stance when the GSU officers from both his private and public premises were removed without notice.
So swiftly and uncapped was the operation that in a Jiff his home in Elgon View Eldoret was surrounded by angry loyal youths who vowed to protect him to their last breaths.
In his moment of awe, Ruto who is not accustomed to such weird and abnormal routine hastily called the IG thrice but his call went unanswered.
His supporters the likes of Oscar Sudi and nominated senator Milicent Omanga decried the humiliation meted again and again to the DP, terming it as the repercussions of political vendetta especially after a fallout with the President.
The law makers dismembered the cheap, pathetic, petty, archaic, retrogressive, pristine and medieval cannons of tyranny meted against them by individuals whose work was to act independently and free from any political coaching, standing or bias.
Meanwhile as the demeaning drama ensued, the visibly distraught DP questioned why his political enemies are spoiling for a fight with him when its all clear that its the Courts and not him who quashed their BBI narrative.
Be that as it may, one anti-BBI analyst observed that anyone who celebrates the DP’S constant humiliation were by the mere nod of their heads, unknowingly blowing steam to the red furnace of dictatorship and tyranny.
Surprisingly, even anti DP’s faction like Sakaja and his arguably bitterest critics the likes of Miguna Miguna took a swipe at the president and his regime, decrying the manner on which Ruto was being harassed when it was the people who gave him the right to the office and by extension, the security and privilege that came with it.
The drama will continue unabatted, and the deep start with its stupid theatrics will not change the minds of his fellow hustlers, at least for the time being.