Hon Farouk, who is eyeing for the Shinyalu constituency parliamentary seat on a UDA party ticket, had a rough time trying to address a charged crowd. Immediately he was invited to make his speech, the mammoth started to boo him.
He tried to beg them but the situation turned from bad worse forcing the former Kakamega senator, Dr Boni Khalwale to intervene. With his robust knowledge and experience in politics, Khalwale managed to calm the masses with pro UDA slogans. William Ruto was just shaking his head while all this drama happened.
Ruto avoided commenting on the situation when he was making his address. Instead, the deputy president assured the residents and the aspirants that UDA party will conduct free, fair and transparent primaries without any favour. He urged the residents to join the party in large numbers.
William Ruto is on an empowerment tour in Western region. He has gone ahead to market the bottom up economic model which he intends to use once elected to the high office.
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