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Ruto Left Crowd Applauding After Telling His Allies to Practice Peace Instead of Violence.

(William Ruto addressing a huge crowd in Kirinyaga)

The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party leader, William Ruto, left a crowd of people clapping in Kirinyaga after making a statement addressing the ongoing rift between two of his female allies, on Sunday, November 28.

Ruto called on Anne Waiguru and Purity Ngirici to practice peace among themselves and focus on important things, like providing employment strategy for the youths, instead of encouraging violence.

Ruto further insisted that the citizens are the ones who will decide and choose the kind of leader they want, and that there is no need for politicians to be violent on each other, since that will undermine the unity of the party.

Ruto added that, the leaders who are on the UDA party don't have anything to worry, since he will make that the party will conduct free, fare, democratic, and verifiable nominations.

The statements from Ruto comes after there have been a huge rift witnessed between Purity Ngirici and Anne Waiguru, since the later ditched Jubilee and Joined the UDA party.

(A picture showing Purity Ngirici and Anne Waiguru)

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