Ruto's team, according to the politician, has removed his campaign materials, including posters and banners, ahead of their planned tour, which will be led by the deputy president himself.
He claimed that the posters and banners that were taken had been there for a month, and he bemoaned such actions that called for respect for all politicians, regardless of party affiliation.
"Because DP is going to Murang'a Town tomorrow, they have taken down and damaged my banners and posters, which have been there for over a month. We don't want this kind of politics. Let us treat each other with respect regardless of our political beliefs." He made a post on his social media accounts.
Ruto, accompanied by his regional friends, will tour the county tomorrow.
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