Soy Member of Parliament Caleb Kositany has this morning been forced to react to the kind of ugly act observed in Siaya County when Rarieda MP and Siaya Senator visited Alego Usonga, one of the constituencies in Siaya County.
From the video itself, as you can see through the link shared above, the rowdy crowd is seen blasting MP Otiende Amollo together with his political brother James Orengo who by then was already in a chopper.
Some were even seen throwing some objects like stones and plastic chairs on the chopper before it could fly away in efforts to save the two ODM politicians from more embarrassment.
The ugly reactions from the crowd seem to have caught the attention of Caleb Kositany, one of the top allies and defenders of Deputy President William Ruto.
According to the vocal Soy MP, the act from the rowdy youths from Siaya shows nothing but backwardness in their behavior.
He has gone ahead to condemn the behavior as he blasts whoever may be involved in the hiring of individuals whom he has referred to as goons.
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