Deputy President William Ruto has disassociated his Hustler Nation with violence after he was met with chaos in his Kisumu rally.
DP who was in Kisumu for a three-day visit, was Wednesday afternoon humiliated after rowdy youth disrupted his Kondele rally.
Police were forced to use teargas to end the madness that stopped Ruto rally prematurely.
Ruto now says that the Hustler Nation is not part of violence that other groups are using to frustrate him.
DP added that his UDA’s Bottom Up approach will salvage youths from stone-throwing culture.
“Our plans and programmes will ensure that the youth are liberated from regressive stone-throwing culture by engaging them in gainful activities that will better their lives through the Bottom-Up Economic Mode,” he maintained.
DP had promised to create over 4 million jobs for the youth if elected president and his first 100 days in office would be dedicated to pumping Ksh100 million to the economy.