The South Mugirango lawmaker sylvanus Osoro today campaigned for the UDA candidate for the parliamentary seat in Bonchari. In total disregard of president Uhuru Kenyatta recent ban on Allah political gatherings, Osoro was seen campaigning in different parts of the constituency.
He was accompanied by a sizeable number of Boda boda riders who made business to stop in Bonchari town as the UDA candidate and Mp Osoro addressed the residents using his mother tongue. In his address, the Mp urged the locals to support their candidate and confidently told them that he was determined to bring development to the area.
The outspoken lawmaker proceeded to tell the locals that electing their candidate was also a good way of thanking the vice president for his support in a number of ways when they needed him. He told the locals not to gamble with the leader they elected because Bonchari needed a sober leader who understood what the real issues were.
It will be interesting to see if the Mp will be arrested for defying Uhuru's orders.
Attached is a video link of the Mp speaking:
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