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"Shame On You" See How DP Ruto Acted Bitterly After Malava Residents Blocked His Motorcade

The deputy president of the republic of Kenya on his rally at western part of Kenya, Busia on Saturday October 23, faced alot of challenges before he could wind up with some section of resident who support his competitors.

A group of young people opposing DP Ruto's presidency is reported to have blocked the roads with stones, chanting anti-Ruto slogans.

Although, the Deputy President of the republic, Ruto who was in Busia majorly to popularise his 2022 presidential bid, did not shy away from addressing the issue, accusing his political rivals of orchestrating and using young people to cause chaos.

The DP shamed the politicians for paying youth to cause the violence and warned that his government will not allow bureaucrats to use young people, but rather he will create job opportunities for them.

Ruto who also urged the youth to avoid being used by politicians for their own gain gave out a promise to the youths that he will change the country if he is elected President in 2022.

Reports has indicated that following the chaos in Busia, the Deputy President has scaled down his political engagements in the area as sounds a big "shame on you" to the characters who are paying children of other citizens to cause violence

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