The Deputy President has suffered a huge blow ahead of the August general elections following the latest move by a section of youths from Kerio Valley who have declared their support for Raila. A section of youths that have spoken according to the video that has been circulating in the social media have blamed Ruto's government of failing to address the unrest and attacks from neighbouring communities who have forcefully taken their property away.
Speaking according to the video link shared in this article, the youths have blamed Senator Murkomen, regional UDA leaders and the deputy President for neglecting them and letting the government fail to address their insecurity issues. The youths unanimously said that they will support a candidate who will look into their problems such as frequent attacks by raiders who come and take away their property without the follow-ups.
(Kutoka Leo Tumeeda Azimio La Umoja). The youths unanimously said which is translated to, (From today we have joined Raila's movement. Above is the video link of the youths speaking.
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