Kenyans.co.ke has today reported that the National Police Service alongside other investigative bodies have been called upon to investigate an ugly incident where ODM Party (Simba Arati) and Jubilee (Chris Obure) supporters disrupted the Azimio-One Kenya Rally in Kisii forcing Martha Karua to quickly end the Rally and fly back to Nairobi before the issue became worse.
According to the viral video clip seen by this writer, Karua is seen targeting the rowdy youths wearing Red-T-shirts when a tear gas canister was thrown out at the VIP Dias Minutes before she stood to address the excited supporters.
"Preliminary investigations show that the fracas ensued after supporters of Dagoretti North Member of Parliament, Simba Arati, and those of Chris Obure, who are both contesting for the Kisii gubernatorial seat, clashed.
"Before the rally, Karua and Ida attended the launch of the Kisii county Gender-Based Violence Centre in the company of Governor Ongwae," Kenyans.co.ke reported.
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