Deputy president was in his second and final day tour to Western region. The deputy started his visit yesterday in Kakamega nd after it was successful today took his campaigns to Busia county. The deputy president is in a mission to popularise his newly formed United Democratic alliance the political umbrella that is hoped he will use in the next year's presidential bid after he had broke away from the ruling jubilee party.
The deputy president also had time to angage with women and youths in his tour within the region.The deputy president had been championing to support the youth, women under the bottom up economic developmentodel.
However in one of his tours, a group of youth blocked William Ruto's motorcade by ￼blocking the road making it difficult for the deputy president to pass. Chaise erupted when another group of residence came to help the deputy president get a way through. The chaos between the two groups were so intensed but the police and William Ruto's security managed to intervene as seen by the citizen tv.
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