The senator's vehicle had to be driven away from the boisterous villagers, who were uninterested in the message provided to them by the Kenya Kwanza Alliance team, as seen in the video.
As a result, residents of Marakwet West began screaming the name of the partnership led by Raila Odinga, a former prime minister and Azimio party candidate for president, and President Uhuru Kenyatta, the council's chairperson.
"Azimio, Azimio, kwenda kabisaa kwani ni lazima kwenda kabisaa. Azimo, Azimo, Azimo "The people created Azimio chants.
This incident occurs as Kenyans prepare to use their democratic right to vote for their preferred leaders, including the next president.
It should also be noted that Murkomen has received similar support from Marakwet West, a constituency in the county where he serves as senator.
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