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Kiharu member of Parliament Honerable Ndindi Nyiro was today forced to run for his life in Kiambaa constituency after a section of Youths wearing Jubilee rigalia blocked his way forcing him to leave immediately. This incident has been condemned by different leaders who are calling on kenyans to maintain peace ahead of by Election and upcoming general election in 2022.
Nyoro is a vocal supporter of Deputy president William Ruto who is fronting a candidate on UDA party against president Kenyatta Jubilee Party. The duo are targeting to show people who is in control of the region Ahead of next year election.
"KIHARU MP Ndindi Nyoro runs into a pro-Jubilee crowd in Kiambaa. Meanwhile, police have cancelled today's rallies for both UDA and Jubilee to prevent violence. County Commander Ali Nuno says permits were issued for the same venue" Posted Tv47.
Here are some reactions.
"This is not good at all. We should learn to tolerate each other during this Political period. 2008 Post election violence started just like this. Youths should not be used to cause chaos. As much as I don't like Nyoro. Chasing him is not an option for the sake of peace." Posted David.
"This is what building bridges initiative report is fighting to end. Political violence being propelled by politicians. Poor youths are being used to fight and they will be left to suffer in poverty as politicians enjoy. This is not the county that we want. Peace people." Posted Debra.
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