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Business disrupted as Vihiga residents take to streets

Businesses have been disrupted in most parts of the county as people take on streets to protest over President William Ruto’s administration.

Vihiga county in Mbale town and Luanda town took on streets to demonstrate over the high cost of living.

Residents who converged at Ebusakami junction marching to Luanda town decried of CBC.

A section of the parents said they aren’t able to facilitate their learners through the new program citing that it has high cost of implementing.

In both towns the ant-Ruto slogans were being chanted .

“Ruto must go, Ruto must go, Ruto must go,” hatutaki Rutooo,” they chanted.

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