William Ruto break silence after house attack

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Deputy President William Ruto has broke the silence, hours after General Service Unit officers maintained situation at his home in Sugoi.

Addressing the faithful at Ihura stadium in Murang'a on Sunday, Ruto encouraged Kenyans to stay united, saying the attack was an attempt to frustrate unity in the country.

"I know many people are aware that I had visitors yesterday.... but I want to say that those who think they will frustrate our unity or undermine our progress will not succeed," said Ruto.

The DP called upon Kenyans to remain united and avoid distractions from enemies.

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"I want to ask all of us not be distracted by the schemes and designs of people who are against our unity and progress as a country," he said.

On Saturday, an armed man attacked DP Ruto's home in Sugoi, killing the officer who was manning the premise.

The lone gun man was pursued by GSU officers on Sunday morning, after 18-hours engagement-crossfire with the officers.

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