An Azimio La Umoja politician is on the spot after a video from one of his political rallies went viral. In the video, the politician can be seen continuing with his campaign despite a speeding Land cruiser knocking a section of his supporters on the roadside.
The Nyamira Gubernatorial aspirant, Ben Momanyi who is a Wiper Party key member doesn't seem bothered with the sudden accident which happened to a section of his supporters who were listening to him by the roadside. Hon. Ben Momanyi decided to stand in the middle of the road like most politicians do and start addressing the passers-by. From the video, the murram road is small making it difficult for other motorists to use once other vehicles have blocked it.
Photo Courtesy/ Borabu MP, Hon. Ben Momanyi
Renowned Egesa Journalist, Nancy Kwamboka has shared the video in her tweeter account as she calls National Police Service and DCI to act swiftly. Hon. Ben Momanyi who is the current Borabu MP doesn't even stop his address to intervene on the accident which has happened while he was campaigning.
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The Borabu MP can be seen continuing with his usual Gubernatorial campaign as he urges the voters to elect him in the upcoming August General Election. The act of negligence by the MP has caused a stir online as Kenyans call for his arrest together with the driver of the other Land cruiser which knocked people.
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