Photo; Deputy President William Ruto addressing locals at a stopover.
Deputy President William Ruto, accompanied by leaders allied to him. Today toured Busia County.
Where Deputy President William Ruto held several stopovers in the region, interacting with huge crowds of his supporters. Who had turned out in large numbers to grace his tour in the region?
However, DP Ruto's tour in Busia was not only marred by lots of acceptance but also little resistance from a section of locals.
At Malaba Town, Busia County, Deputy President William Ruto at one point was forced to act swiftly. This is after a section of locals from the crowd started heckling him, chanting rival slogans. That seemly were not related to the United Democratic Alliance Party.
DP Ruto responding to the youths, urged them to stop their continued disruption, promising to look into their affairs.
"Njoga njoga kidogo, Sawa Sawa, Asante.Ngojea, tashughulikia mambo yenu, " DP Ruto told off the youths.
Please click to watch the video on this link. As premiered by DP Ruto via his official Facebook page.
The scene unfolds from 01.25 minutes to 01.32 minutes in the 20 minutes long video.DP Ruto also while in Busia town, did not seize the moment to tell off his rivals. Who, earlier on allegedly tried to disrupt his rally in Busia.By barigating burning tires and stones on the road.
He criticized the act, urging them to stop. As such acts could not yield anything.That despite their efforts to stop him from having a rally in Busia, he had a successful one.
Click to watch the video on this link, on how youths tried to barricade stones and burn tires in Busia.
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