According to the video shared, the President caused crazy cheers after order the drug dealers to move out of the country and look for a different destination where they can conduct that unlawful businesses. He claimed that his government will not sit down and watch young generation losing their morals because of illegal drugs that have ruined the lives of the future generations.
"Nimetoa amri ya kwamba wale Wote wanahusika na kuuza madawa ya kulevya wahame Kenya watafute nchi ingine. Watoto wetu wengi wanahangaika, vijana, akina mama pia wanahangaika na madawa," President Ruto said arousing crazy applause from Mtwapa residents.
The president was speaking in Mtwapa during the commissioning of Mtwapa- Kwa Kadzengo (A7) road project that will connect Kenya and Tanzania for prosperous businesses. He was in company of a number of cabinet Secretaries, governors from the coastal region among other political leaders both from Kenya Kwanza and Azimio coalitions.
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