The meeting was more of chaos than organized conversation between him and a group of rowdy youths who wanted to get closer to his car.
When he began his speech, the deputy president asked those who were carrying painted posters to put them down so as everyone standing at the back could see him deliver his speech.
A young man carrying an unwanted poster with Eric Omondi's painting wanted to hear non of it. He continued holding up the poster forcing the DP who looked disturbed to ask him to put down the poster for the second and third time without success. He continued holding it up, the DP ignored him but he seemed agitated. " Yeah Nimeona Eric Omondi, Weka Chini," he said.
We cannot easily tell or establish the actual reason why the man decided to carry Eric Omondi's poaster to a political meeting organized by the deputy president. But we understand that Eric Omondi is one of the few individuals who are marketing Jimmy Wanjigk's presidential bid.
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