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Ruto Responds to Youths Who Stoned His Motorcade, Reveals What He Would Do if Elected

Deputy President William Ruto has responded to the youths who disrupted his motorcade in Busia as he reveals what he will do if elected for presidency.

Ruto commenced his western tour on Friday, 22 October in Kakamega urging residents to rally behind his bottom up economic approach. He then visited Busia on Saturday as he continue popularizing his ideas and agendas to the border.

He was in accompany of MP Didmus Barasa, Aden Duale, Ben Ashiari and other UDA political aspirants. He first made a stop in Bumala market where he gave out cash as a gift to encourage the youths who were presenting their tools.

However, when he arrived in Korinda Junction near Busia town, he was disrupted by some youths who blocked his motorcade.

Ruto requested them to avoid inciting tension informing that he knows their challenges. He assured them job opportunities if they elect him in 2020 election.

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