Editor's Review

  • DP William Ruto warned that his political opponents against planning violence and framing the Hustler movement.
  • The DP is on a tour of the coastal region where he asked leaders to join UDA.

Deputy President William Ruto warned that his political opponents are planning to orchestrate violence and blame it on the hustler movement.

Speaking in Mombasa, the DP noted that he was aware of their plans and neither nor his team will fall into their traps.

Ruto alleged that some people were out to use the deep State to fight him and his allies but insisted he has God and Kenyans on his side.

“Some people want to cause violence in the country and blame it on the hustler movement and we should avoid falling into their trap. They are angry with us because were are smarter,” Ruto stated.

Fall Out

He dismissed claims made by President Kenyatta and his allies that he is disloyal, radicalising leaders and youth in the country to revolt against the government and the so-called dynasties.

Instead, Ruto painted a picture of a person betrayed by Uhuru, who he said he fought for twice to win power adding that he will not stop his march to State House.

Ruto continued his three-day tour of Coast on Saturday with a stopover at Kinango, Kwale county.

He handed over two school buses for Immaculate Ndavaya boys and Mackinnon girls secondary schools.

The DP was accompanied by Msambweni MP Feisal Bader and his Kinango counterpart Benjamin Tayari.