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Tiaty MP Asks Ruto To Remove Police Officers From Roads Over Bandits

Tiaty MP William Ruto has today caused laughter after he has asked President William Ruto to remove police officers from roads over the issue of bandits who have been rocking the area he comes from.

While delivering his speech, Kamket has hilariously lamented about the idea of police officers standing on the roadside awaiting for the bandits to show up something that he believes is not right.

According to Kamket, there is no reason for the officers to be on the road but they should be ordered by the president to go into the forested areas where bandits are hiding.

Kamket has also urged the president to help distribute food to the people of his region who are suffering due to hunger that has been hampering them for sometime now.

"We have a big problem of hunger, we are sincerely asking for a help to distribute food to the region. We have an issue of our police officers being many on the roadside. I'm asking your excellency that there are no bandits on the road, they are in the forest. So am begging that they go there. Many residents want peaceful businesses," said honorable William Kamket.

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