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

In response to the robbers who have been terrorizing the area where he is from, Tiaty MP William Ruto today sparked hilarity when he urged President William Ruto to withdraw police officers off highways.

Kamket made a funny comment during his speech about how he thinks it is wrong for police officers to stand by the side of the road waiting for bandits to appear.

The president should direct the officers to enter the forested areas where bandits are hiding, according to Kamket, as there is no justification for them to remain on the roads.The president has also been encouraged by Kamket to assist in distributing food to the residents of his region who are enduring hardship due to hunger that has been impeding them for some time.

"We truly need your assistance in distributing food throughout the area since we have a serious problem with hunger. Our police force's oversaturation of the roadside is a problem. Your Excellency, I beg you to remember that the bandits are in the forest and not on the road. I'm pleading with them to go there. Many locals desire quiet businesses, "said William Kamket, with honor.

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