NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua has hit the ground running ever since she was nominated as Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party presidential candidate Raila Odinga's running mate several days ago.
However, the going has not been easy for Karua as she has been the victim of heckling in some of her rallies in the vote rich Mt Kenya region. Ministry of interior and coordination of national government PS Karanja Kibicho has blamed politicians for the heckling.
And now, former Kiambu county governor Hon William Kabogo has come out to angrily break his silence and react to the booing of Martha Karua. In a statement, Kabogo suggested was not impressed.
He says that some people had bought and branded t-shirts with his Tujibebe Wakenya party colours to heckle Martha Karua and portray him and his party in bad light.
"Those trying to portray Tujibebe as a violent party by making T Shirts and heckling Hon. Karua shame on you. Tafuteni Kura bila ujinga," he said.
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