Police officers in Busia have arrested eight suspects in connection to the chaos to the Deputy President William Ruto in Busia yesterday.
Police said the eight suspects were part of unruly youth which pelted stones and barricaded roads at Korinda area. The dramatic scenes led to the destruction of injuries property.
The eight are currently locked up in police cell at Busia Police Station waiting their arraignment in court to face charges of disruption of public peace, damage of properties and instigating protests.
The National Police Service asked the members of the public to refrain from any form of protests as the country prepare to hold its general elections.
This is after Deputy President William Ruto on Sunday called for peace and unity in the country.
Addressing roadside at Kiambaa for thanksgiving over the mini-polls of Kiambaa lawmaker John Njuguna Wanjiku, DP Ruto noted he is interested in uniting the country.
On Saturday, four vehicles part of DP Ruto's entourage were damaged when a group of youth heckled his Busia Town tour.
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