A video making rounds on social media today has revealed that residents of Kisumu county are not happy with their governor Anyang Nyong’o. This is after the residents in the video took out their distress in the governor.
Although the reasons for the protest is still not know, the residents are heard shouting facing toward a police vehicle. One of the protesters is heard saying that buildings are being demolished in Kisumu every now and then but then, Anyang Nyong’o the governor does not do anything to help them.
Another resident is heard telling Nyong’o that he should be grateful to them since they have been voting for him despite being sick. Mind you, the governor has been battling cancer for a long time now.
The irate residents are then heard shouting “Nyong’o Must Go, Nyong’o Must Go, Nyong’o Must Go”, as the police vehicle that was around is seen driving away. From the video, it’s like the police had arrested some of the youths.
Kisumu residents have been facing demolitions for some time now as the county continues with development projects that seeks to recover riparian land.
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