A section of youths were holding placards enscribed with Ruto's name and UDA writings as well as a section of the youths heckled the former Prime Minister.
Today, Manyatta Member of Parliament Hon John Muchiri has broken his silence and revealed what went wrong that made the Embu people heckle Raila Odinga and his team.
The bitter legislature stated: "Unlike in other counties across Mt Kenya region, president Uhuru Kenyatta has neglected Embu for the last 9 years. There is no major flagship project to his credit here. He has never met the leadership of Embu.
He can't then send Raila here to come and pretend like he will be the messiah who will solve our problems. That's why he faced that kind of hostility. Here in Embu we shall vote for William Ruto because he's reachable and he understands our problems. Raila Odinga should stay in Nairobi with his few Mt Kenya billionaires." The bitter MP stated.
Watch the video of MP John Muchiri revealing what went wrong that led to Raila's heckling in the link below:
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