DP Ruto walked out of the church, got in the front seat of a car driven by his son, Nick, stopped to fuel at a petrol station before sitting in a 25-minute traffic jam, navigating through with matatus.
He then went for a meal at Jojen Butchery at Dagoretti Corner.
After close to two hours, Mr Ruto walked out in the mud, greeting many young people milling around the butchery.
And all this time, the Deputy President had no bodyguard, chase car or the media crew.
It was Mr Ruto’s first engagement after a five-day break from the public following a whirlwind tour of counties to urge Kenyans register as voters.
The Deputy President later had lunch with MPs Dennis Waweru (Dagoretti South), Moses Kuria (Gatundu South) Johnson Sakaja (Nominated), Nominated Senator Joy Gwendo and Nairobi Woman Representative aspirant Karen Nyamu.