The residents of Eldoret have broken silence hours after the arrest of Mithika Linturi over his "Madoadoa" statement that he made during Ruto's rally at Eldoret sports club. Being led by Jackson Kosgei , the residents defended Mithika Linturi and argued his statements were misunderstood .
They claimed that he was calling for uniformity when it comes to voting for various aspirants eyeing various posts using different parties . They defended him arguing that he was urging the residents of the metropolitan county to vote for UDA party aspirants.
They affirmed their commitment to a united Kenya and gave an assurance that all visitors are welcomed to the county .They appreciated the fact that the rally boosted the economy of the county as visitors thronged the various hotels.
They further criticized Media platforms which exaggerated the issue and stressed that Mithika Linturi's speech was misunderstood .
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