In many counties that Raila Odinga has been visiting in his Azimio La Umoja drive, it is the governors who have been receiving him but that wasn't the case when the former Prime Minister landed in Eldoret. In fact, Elgeyo Marakwet governor Tolgos had to come from that far to welcome the ODM party leader in Eldoret.
Well, that was not the problem. The problem is a picture that went viral after Raila Odinga's Eldoret heroics showing one of his cars being clamped. That is something that raised heated reactions, debates and discussions and things have turned ugly after Governors Jackson Mandago and Okoth Obado were named in dirty moves by Abduba Dida.
Through his official twitter account, Abduba Dida alleged that Okoth Obado was behind the stoning of Jimi Wanjigi in Migori while Jackson Mandago was behind the clamping of Raila Odinga's campaign car in Eldoret. The former Presidential aspirant condemned the two governors as he predicted doom if things won't change.
"Remember this picture and the video of stoning of Jimmy Wanjigi's motorcade. Thanks to Gvn Mandago and Gvn Obado, political intolerance has just started. Soon, no aspirant will be able to campaign anywhere except his own home." Tweeted Abduba Dida.
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