Ruto is in trouble with his neighbors after never ending political meetings disturbs their peace.
Residents of Karen have submitted a letter to Deputy President William Ruto’s office.
They are accusing him of making the wealthy neighborhood unsafe and unpleasant to live in.
Residents wrote to Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai and registered their complaints.
According to Karen residents, DP Ruto’s Karen house trips had resulted in increased insecurity, mugging, and noise.
People posing as visitors to his hom, frequently attack anyone going to or departing their homes in the affluent leafy suburb.
“The association is quite worried about the constant presence of suspicious individuals loitering in the area.
This violates the association’s loitering guidelines.
“We regret to inform you of the severe traffic congestion caused by visitors parked on the roadside way.”
This leaves residents to wait for clearance to your property,” said part of the message.
According to the statement, driving along the small estate lanes had become unpleasant.
The association’s chairperson and Secretary James Hurst signed it.
Residents now want the DP to limit the number of people who come to his house, which are usually for political gatherings.
“This has created exorbitant trouble for residents commuting along Karen Road and adjacent roads.”
“We, therefore, beg that your office investigate into the above problems as soon as possible and conclusively,” the letter continued.
“In order to defend and restore peace and serenity in our neighborhood.”
DP Ruto has been hosting enormous crowds and private political gatherings inside his state-funded villa in Karen in recent months.
Karen residents sent emails to NEMA and the Nairobi County Government a year ago over a multi-million dollar apartment complex they claim breaches are laws.