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The Awkward Scenario That Your Television Never Showed You During Mashujaa Day

 In pretty much every open social affair graced by President Uhuru Kenyatta, there will take care of business who needs his consideration. This year alone, a man consistently discovered his direction to the field and ran towards the President before he was obstructed by security staff. 

The most recent occurrence occurred in Kirinyaga during Mashujaa Day festivities on Wednesday at Wang'uru Stadium in Mwea. 

Yet another man from the crowd attempted to get President Uhuru Kenyatta's consideration while he was giving his discourse. 

The man stumbled into the arena conveying two Kenyan banners prior to taking a turn for the VIP dais where Uhuru sat. 

Wearing a dark pant and a dim shirt with white stripes, the man could be considered muttering to be he ran. In any case, his scramble was rashly stopped after security officials whisked him away. 

The two guards blocked the man midway and accompanied him out of the area. 

That was not whenever a particularly occurrence first has occurred. On June 1, there was a comparative show in Kisumu as a man endeavored to interfere with Uhuru's discourse during Madaraka Day festivities. 

The man arose out of the group as Uhuru was delivering his discourse and raced to the field, interfering with the function, yet the security officials moved quickly and whisked him away. 

Uhuru needed to stop his speech and advised the officials to leave the man alone. 

"Just let him be. Allow him to mind his business. Lets proceed now," Uhuru said as the group cheered. 

On May 20, a moderately aged man was captured after he attempted to drive his direction to Uhuru while he delivered his discourse during the authority opening of the Lamu Port. 

Police recognized him as James Kinyua Wamuchomba. He was equipped with his National Identification card and is said to have needed to communicate his fights over the absence of occupations at the new port. 

He told security specialists he needed to tell the President about their disappointment with the distribution of occupations at the port. 

Kinyua who was among those welcome to the occasion bypassed security specialists however was hindered when he was only a couple inches away from the President. 

The President's confidant saw Kinyua first and flagged other security detail. Uhuru seemed surprised as he ventured back. 

He was sorry saying everybody has his issues prior to proceeding with his discourse. Kinyua was removed from the corridor by security officials.

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Kenyan Kirinyaga Mashujaa Uhuru Uhuru Kenyatta


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