Just days after deputy president William Ruto called off ODM party leader Raila Odinga for propelling politics of tokenism, it has now emerged that he handed over a million shillings to be shared amongst traders and bodaboda riders while on his visit to Eastern region.
According to a report by the DCI, two teachers escaped death by a whisker after they clashed with bodaboda riders over the money. In it's report, the two pocketed the money which was to be shared equally among them.
The teachers sought refuge from police station as riders bayed for their blood. The irate mob stormed the station demanding for their release.
"The boda boda riders alleged that instead of the two sharing the incentive with them and the womenfolk selling market merchandise, they took off with with the money. As the officers tried to calm down the unruly mob, some became impatient and started hurling projectiles at them demanding that the two be released to face instant justice," the report said.
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