Kenya Kwanza visited Taita Taveta county today as part of the ongoing campaign. Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi was giving a speech that didn't go so well because he was interrupted and forced to end it early. While addressing the public, one of his supporters was seen carrying a visibly green gift that he was attempting to deliver to DP Ruto.
This incident drew the attention of the audience, who began cheering and applauding. Mudavadi was left with no choice but to end his speech in that case.
Mudavadi was speaking about the rise in food prices in his speech. He was blaming the current administration of Uhuru Kenyatta for the rise in food prices.Musalia stated that Kenyans have been led by a government that has both a legal and an illegal president. He was referring to Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, respectively. He stated that oil prices would rise in a single day, just as food prices rise in a single night. He also mentioned the rise in fertilizer and soap prices. This was prior to being interrupted.
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