In a video that was shared by Tuko Kenya. A man could be seen trying to approach the deputy president. However, the security that were around the Dp were forced to react after they pulled the man easy from the deputy president.
This is happening at the same time, when the deputy president has apologized over the remarks which were made by a renowned Kenyan politician.
“I would lie to call upon all the members of UDA to make sure they watch their mouth due to the fact that we are heading to the general elections. Let’s make sure that we watch our words carefully. Yesterday you heard the renowned senator Linturi using the Madoadoa words but all in all, I’m glad that he has apologized in public after he realized his mistake.On behalf of all the UDA members I would like to issue my apology “,he said.
In conclusion, the deputy president of Kenya called upon the director of the criminal investigations to look into it that all parties are stopped from inciting Kenyans claiming that this should not be a ow Person thing.
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