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Ruto Unexpectedly Praises Kanu MP Kamket, Speaks on Banditry in Baringo "Ni Muungwana"

President William Ruto has hailed Tiaty MP William Kamket amid accusations of being connected to the banditry in Baringo county.

Speaking on Sunday during a church service at Kabarnet in Baringo county, Ruto said Kamket has been very instrumental in ensuring that peace returns to volatile Baringo.

He described Kamket as a true leader and a gentleman, adding that a section of people had been forcing him to aide them or risk losing votes, but has bluntly refused to corporate.

He promised Kamket that he will corporate with all peace-loving Tiaty people to ensure that the few bandits are flushed out and dealt with accordingly

"Nataka nishukuru William Kamket, huyu muungwana ni kiongozi kwa sababu anataka tuwe na amani. Kuna watu wengine huko wanawasukuma hawa viongozi wakiwaambia husipofanya hii hatutakupigia kura. Politics are gone and we should plan for these people. I want to assure you Kamket that we will work with all peace loving Tiaty residents," stated Ruto.

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He said they will not negotiate about cattle rustling and banditry, adding that it is a must come to and end activity in Baringo, Turkana, Laikipia and Elgeyo Marakwet counties.

"The few who are disturbing you and us we will deal with them, tutawanyorosha waache kuleta vita. We will ensure that we bring all these banditry activities to an end. It is not if but when they will stop," added Ruto.

On his part, Kamket hailed Ruto, saying his community is ready to walk the talk and restore peace in the region. He said he will ensure that all of Tiaty people are back in Ruto's camp.

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