Deputy President William Ruto has today evening received a rude shock while visiting Narok County after goons donning ODM shirts cause chaos. The DP who arrived Narok County late in the evening was disrupted by the rowdy youths who started chanting ODM and Raila slogans as the DP was trying to address a crowd of Narok residents.
The DP was forced to cut short his speech and run for safety as the unruly youths continued with their heckling and destruction of property. This isn't the first time deputy president William Ruto is facing backlash in various parts of the country.
A few weeks ago, Dr Ruto was met with hostile goons in Kondele, Kisumu County as he tried to address Kisumu residents. This act was condemned by various leaders including former prime minister Raila Odinga.
The DP too castigated the move asking political leaders to desist from using youths in engaging with rowdyness. The police were also asked to make sure leaders are well protected in such scenarios.
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