After completing the writing of William Ruto biography with the tittle (The rise of a hustler), Author Babior Newton have started holding book tour which he decided to begin from Kisumu city as he transverses other towns.
As he was marketing his book in Kisumu town, angry youths decided to burn the copies while chanting Azimio La umoja coalition slogans. On an interview with TUKO news verified facebook page, one of the youths said that they were shocked to see someone distributing to them books with Dp Ruto images. He was quoted;
" As we were relaxing, some people vane and start distributing books about William Ruto. We refused. "
The author however said that he will not be intimidated by the negative reactions by some people and he will continue with his book tour across many towns in Kenya.
Youths are encouraged be sober during this electioneering period and avoid destroying peoples properties in the name of defending their favourite presidential candidate.
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