A section of irate Likoni youths were forced to be chased away from Ruto's rally by police officers after they started chanting the opponent's slogan that created unrests. The deputy president William Samoei Ruto continued addressing the crowd as the security officers calmed the situation.
The deputy president told the youths to maintain peace ahead of the polls and be peaceful to all leaders and they need to be ready to listen to the agendas that will change their lives.
The Dp's Livestream was forced to be stopped after fourteen minutes as the mess was being corrected. This comes after the Azimio team toured the region and alleged that the region will be under Azimio and Raila's supremacy remains to be the most considered.
The deputy president William Samoei Ruto will have a very hard time to get votes from the region as Joho and his votes mobilizers are now on the ground for votes consolidation.
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