In bid to ensure that there is security in the country, the Head of State Dr William Ruto has hinted on a move he is set to take in order to ensure that all Kenyans are living in a peaceful and harmonious environment.
According to a tweet shared by TV47, the Kenya Kwanza Chief Principal William Ruto has stated that his government must deal with the root causes that sustains the trafficking of illegal firearms in the country, a vise that leads to much insecurities in the country.
While planning a move of removing illegal firearms from Kenyans, the Head of State has sounded a warning to fellow leaders telling them off that no leader should text him aiming at mitigating on what the government will do.
"We must deal with the root causes that sustain the trafficking of illegal small arms and remove all illegal firearms from the wrong hands. I hope no leader will try and text me to mitigate what the government will do." Head of State Dr William Ruto said.
A link leading to a tweet about William Ruto's warning to his fellow leaders is as shown below;
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