The deputy president on Sunday took his campaigns in kisii county nyanza region where he met section of leaders and residence.
The deputy president attended church service at Deliverance church Kisii county after which he addresses his supporters before leaving for Sunday Mass at St. Denis Kenyenya Catholic church, Bomachoge Borabu Kisii county.
On his way to the Mass service, the deputy made several stop overs engaging 'wananchi' youths and supporters at general.
The deputy at some point had to meet a section of hostile residence who were chanting BABA, BABA,BABA and ODM ODM related slogans. The deputy president was forced to pass without making stop over to the aggressive residence ( as seen in the video shared by the hustler platform below.)
However, the deputy president continued with his tour in the region selling his ideilogies and manifestos to the people of Kisii county. The deputy also campaigned for the bottom up economic model which he says will change Kenya.
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