Stop that Nonsense’ Furious Ruto Denounces Heckling Youth in Meru

President William Ruto expressed anger on Friday at a group of unruly youth who disrupted a public event where Governor Kawira Mwangaza was speaking in Kiutine, Meru County.

Despite Mwangaza’s attempts to calm the situation, the youth continued to jeer at the governor, prompting Ruto to intervene.

Stop that Nonsense' Furious Ruto Denounces Heckling Youth in Meru:Photo courtesy
Stop that Nonsense’ Furious Ruto Denounces Heckling Youth in Meru:Photo courtesy

“I do not want this noisy politics. This is bad politics. I want to offer you job opportunities. I do not want people coming to disrupt meetings,” Ruto expressed his irritation.

“I do not want this behavior anymore; at a presidential meeting, I do not want people making noise. This is disrespectful, and I want every leader to be respected.”

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The president also urged the youth to wait until the next general elections if they want to replace any elected leaders they feel are not performing well, rather than heckling them. He emphasized that current leaders need time to fulfill their responsibilities.

“If someone is working, you will let them continue with their work. If someone is not working, you will not chase them away. Is there an election now?” Ruto questioned.

“We do not want disruptions at UDA and Kenya Kwanza meetings. We do not want this kind of nonsense; we want a united country.”

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Ken Maasai

Ken Wakuraya is a seasoned Journalist with official accreditation from the Media Council of Kenya, possessing extensive expertise in covering political, Entertainment, and Human interest stories.

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