After one of the region's important leaders was heckled at and humiliated while he was rallying support for the Azimio La Umoja coalition's presidential candidate honorable Raila Odinga ahead of the country's general election in August, the struggle for control of the Umbakani region has now reached a new level.
This comes after the honorable Kalonzo Musyoka, the leader of the Wiper Democratic Movement party, was jeered at and humiliated by boisterous youngsters in Kitui county while he was rallying support for the honorable Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate of the Azimio coalition.
This happened after he encountered a group of boisterous adolescents who refused to listen to him because they could not stop chanting against the newly elected vice president.
Remember that the honorable Kalonzo Musyoka and Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu have been engaged in a long-running struggle for supremacy, thus the former vice president is used to such jeers from Kitui.
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