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We Can't Sit And Wait, CS Matiangi Sends Warning To Busia Residents

At least eight people have been arrested so far, and police are still looking for more suspects tied to the violent chaos that marred deputy president William Ruto's Busia visit on Saturday, the Ministry of Interior has said. 

According to a statement released on Sunday, Those who will be found culpable of having caused or instigated the chaos that marred Deputy President William Ruto's Busia rally will be punished. 

Everybody has a right and a chance conceded by the Constitution to move around and engender their ways of thinking. Along with my partners in the security area, we will do all that humanly conceivable to stay level headed, firm, and we will execute the law rigorously." 

CS Matiang'i further requested that the police guarantee that Deputy President's occasions are concurred sufficient security to guarantee such disturbances don't happen once more. 

In the approach the following year's General Elections, the CS said the public authority has declared zero capacity to bear viciousness and urged security officials to apply the strategy "impartially yet solidly" the nation over. 

He added that all hopeful lawmakers were allowed to visit any piece of the nation to advocate themselves and their gatherings subject to them maintaining the law.

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