President William Ruto was today in the coastal region where he attended the burial of the father of the deputy majority leaders in the national assembly Mzee David Silas Meri.
During the visit, the head of state came with a gift hamper to the people of Mtwapa where he launched the Mtwapa Kwa Kadzengo- Kilifi road, a stretch of around 454 kilometers.
However, President Ruto could not hide his disappointment following what the drug dealers have done to the local people more so the young generation.
The head of state has ordered the drug barons to leave this country since they have no space in the country.
The president has regretted how drug dealers have ruined the young people in the coastal region making them drop out of school.
He ordered the local administration to crack a whip on the culprits and strengthen the security at the country's border where the drug finds entry into the country.
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