Yesterday rowdy youths blocked and stoned deputy president William Ruto motorcade in Busia town. The youths also vandalized vehicles of senior UDA officials from Nyanza region. The deputy president condemned the incident and called for political tolerance in the country.
Interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi has broken his silence after the yesterday's incident in Busia county. The vibrant public servant said that as security sector they have adopted a zero tolerance approach to those who threaten the country's democratic values.
The Cabinet secretary said that they will take action against those perpetrators and organizers who disrupted deputy president William Ruto's event in Busia yesterday. He said that every leader and aspirant have a right to move everywhere freely.
The interior cabinet secretary was speaking today during a church service in Nyandarua county. He was accompanied by Nyandarua governor Francis Kimemia, water cabinet secretary Cecily Kariuki and ICT cabinet secretary Joe Mucheru.
The cabinet secretary posted this information and photos on his official Twitter account.
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