On Tuesday, December 7, Deputy President William Ruto was forced to stop his speech and address rowdy youth who were among his audience. Ruto became agitated in Laikipia County, after a crowd started shouting at him as he sold his political manifesto to locals in the area.
In a video, the Deputy President was heard scolding the youths while warning them against disrupting his political rally. "Plan your meeting, stop the fuss. No, no. No, no, no, we will not accept this. You cannot come to shout at us here. You hear me ...? please please, let us be disciplined. shouting at me at my rally us unacceptable. " Ruto said angrily.
Ruto, who was on a tour in Laikipia East and West, promised to end rampant livestock theft and end the conflict in the area. "We need to end the resource dispute such as grazing lands and water conflicts." He said.
He added that investing in pastoralists in different areas will ensure that they have enough water for their livestock. "We have to subsidize farmers with agricultural products so that they can produce enough produce and make a much profits," the Deputy President said.
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